Be careful out there
By the end of Hoyd’s pitch, they were sold. This was how they’d level the playing field. They signed a check for $3,500, made out to Playingforenvelopes.com LLC. As they left the coffee shop, they turned to each other. “What a relief,” Tim said.
But in the months to follow, as phone calls went unanswered and promises unfulfilled, the Blomquists began to seriously doubt whether Playing for Envelopes was helping their son.
As they’d soon find out, they weren’t the only ones wondering if they’d been played.