(a)(1) An employment counseling service shall provide a copy of its fee schedule and
payment terms to any customer from whom a fee or deposit is to be received, prior
to the customer being interviewed by a counselor, agent, or employee.
(2) In the schedule, the maximum fee shall be fixed and shall include the charges
of every kind rendered by the employment counseling service in each case or transaction
on behalf of the prospective employee. Changes in the fee schedule may be made, but no change shall become effective until
posted for not less than seven days in a conspicuous place in the employment counseling
(3) A copy of the schedule in effect shall be kept posted in the employment counseling
service in a conspicuous place, and the posted schedule and the changes therein shall
be in lettering or printing of not less than standard pica capitals. The date of the taking effect of the schedule and of each change therein shall appear
on the posted copies.
(4) A copy of all fee schedules, and of all changes therein, shall be kept on file
at the employment counseling service, retrospectively for a period of one year.
(b) No fee charged or collected shall be in excess of the fee as scheduled.
(c) No employment counseling service shall accept, directly or indirectly, a registration
fee of any kind.
(d) No employment counseling service may take from a customer a confession of judgment,
a promissory note or notes, or an assignment of wages to cover its fees.
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