Oh, they have their methods down purposefully. They make everyone in the group (150+ people) sign at one time in a conference room. That way, they conveniently don't have time to give anyone a copy of what they're actually signing and they tell you to get a coy from your recruiter. The recruiter conveniently doesn't have a copy, they send you to the contracts department, who gives you the run around and on and on.
As for fulfilling the contract, I only know of ONE other person in my class to finish theirs. Their dropout rate is abysmal. A previous poster on this thread said someone did contact them about their contact being up, which is why I expected some sort of communication.