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Crystal Shoults DaycareCharges employees to watch their own kids


I had an interview for a home daycare position when my child was an infant. I was hired and asked to start training ASAP. I was informed that I could bring my daughter to work with me. After a day of waiting for background checks to come back (all other jobs I have had it takes 1-2 weeks!!!) she pretty much hid in her downstairs personal residence away from the children. She usually only came up when parents were dropping off and picking up. She also told parents all about different types of preschool-like work they would be doing. The only thing the kids did all day was play outside or watch tv.
I quit after about two weeks of being over worked and underpaid, not because of that... because I found out that I was actually PAYING HER to watch my own kid!!! And because I signed a form saying that it was ok for my kid to be in her daycare, she was able to charge me 2 extra weeks for leaving without notice. I was going to work those extra two weeks, but my husband said not to bother, she's a piece of ### and not worth seeing again. She called me and told me later that she had a check for me. A check that was actually a bill for about $30.
Crystal Shoults is a heartless lying woman who should not have a daycare license. To make it worse her kids are brats and we were expected to watch them after school.
When I quit I also told DFS about her and they told me they wished they could have warned me, she is an AWFUL, horrible woman.

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