I applied an job ad by Rescuecom appeared in NYC. They\nclaim to be a computer consulting company. They promises\non-site support within one hour after receiving a customer's\ncall. It's a great news to hear from them after so many of\nmy job inquiry went unanswered.\n\nNow they ask me to sign a contract they sent by email. And\nI hesitate to sign it.\n\n1st, there is no website or phone number for me to reach\nthem to learn more of the company and the opportunity.\n\n2nd. there is a wireless timing device that is used to time\nhours spent at a customer's site. The device will be rented\nto me at a week. So it comes to 0+ for a month even\nif I don't get any work. They pays me per hour for tech\nwork and for consulting work.\n\nIf you've heard of the company or worked for the company,\nlet me know how the company is.\n\nThird. I am not new to the field but I haven't had much\nopportunity to do real work. So I'm not that experienced\nand AM a little scared. Let's say they dispatch me to\ninstall an Windows Server 2003. If I'm lucky, the\ninstallation goes without a hiccup. But if there is an\nstray, Sure I can come here for advice, but that takes time.\nSo I might get stuck.\n\nThe idea situation that I'm looking for is they send me out\nalong with a more experienced tech. I can do all I'm\ncapable of. But if something gets me, there is an senior\ntech to back me up. Would consulting company do that?\n\nShould I apply for this job?