Facebook may be hard to quit for a teenage girl, but as it turns out, cash is one powerful incentive.
Boston father Paul Baier was able to lure his 14-year-old daughter off the social media site after offering a five-month, Facebook-free contract worth $200, CNN notes.
Baier, a vice president of sustainability consulting and research at Groom Energy Solutions, posted about the contract on his blog, Practical Sustainability, on Tuesday.
The official-looking contract states his daughter must surrender access of her account to her dad, who “will have access to my Facebook to change the password and to deactivate the account. This will prevent me from re-activating the account in the future.”
Payments will be secured in two installments.
As ABC News points out, the contract was actually his daughter’s idea.
“She approached me. She has been frustrated she hasn’t been able to find a babysitting job and she has…
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