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Can a recruiter tell you they'll change your rate after you sign the contract but before boot?

Is this possible? For example, someone picks a job and signs at meps, then while in DEP the recruiter changed their job? true or just a lie to get you in? Also, I was in college for a year and will be providing my transcripts to enter as an e-2, if I want to be an HM and qualify from my asvab scores, do I need to have a good gpa?

Asked By: - 6/9/2011
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Only YOU and the Navy Classifier at MEPS can change your contract... More
Answered By: BoatsBM1 - 6/9/2011
Additional Answers (6)
get it in writing.
Answered By: Drixnot - 6/9/2011
 
As long as your GPA is passing...they don't care. If you ASVAB scores qualify you for a HM... you are fine. Don't sign anything until you have what you want IN WRITING. Semper Fi, Z
Answered By: DrZ - 6/9/2011
 
. If its not in your contract then they will do what they want! end of story I have seen this first hand.
Answered By: the one - 6/9/2011
 
The only contract that actually matters is the one you sign immediately before going to boot camp. You can DEP in with one contract, but it can be changed by you or your recruiter numerous times before you actually leave. The one you sign right before taking the oath, right before you get on the plane is the one that... More
Answered By: SabreJack - 6/9/2011
 
After you sign your contract ,thats the deal you have . After you are in the military they can put you in any job they need you for . They have a binding contract with you, they can do pretty much anything they they want if they have a shortage in an MOS.
Answered By: NOpublican's in 2012 - 6/9/2011
 
You have a binding contract with the US Government. If something should happen that make it impossible for the government to meet their end of the contract then they will inform you of this and they will offer you a new contract. They won't simply tell you that you now have a new job. And the recruiter is not the one... More
Answered By: LTCgross - 6/9/2011
 
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