I went to western express last year to work for them. I don't remember signing a contract, but that's not the problem. I didn't break the contract, they did. When I went to them I went under the impression I would be doing regional. The regional I agreed to was Southeast. AJ Combest the dude I wasn't recruited by said that would be no problem. I was really thinking about it too much, I just wanted to get out and work. Well while me and my trainer were up in philly getting a batter to use my CPAP. I got curious and asked what they had me down as when I'm done training. I started out a flatbed, but I really hated it. So I asked could I change, they said they didn't have anything regional as dry van. So I asked I'm going to have to do regional southeast flatbed. He explain that they don't have southeast regional. I asked what AJ Combest put me down as. And he told me all 48, which I definitely didn't agree to. I called AJ and he tried to explain that he didn't tell me that and I may have misheard him or he didn't explain it properly. I told him I would never come out with them as all 48 because I don't like it. He told me to hold on and he would call me back. He never did and wouldn't pick up the phone. I had to go above him to get some answers and they gave me the run around about it too. I asked them were they going to give me what I agreed to or send me home. They decided to send me home. When I get home I'm thinking it done and over with. But then they contacted me offering me dry van regional, but by then I had already gone back to my bus driving job. They send me a letter saying if I don't come back I owe them money. So I call and explain the situation to AJ's boss and she said she would call be back. She took a while to call me back, but she did. She told me I was in the clear and I wouldn't have to worry about the contract. Now a couple months later I get a letter from Lockhart, Morris & Montgomery, INC. Saying that I still owe them money. I'm curious to see If anyone else has had a similar situation?