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Michigan business aims to help you avoid uncomfortable conversations

(Source: bitterpillbox.com) (Source: bitterpillbox.com)
(KXXV) -

A Michigan-based company is helping you avoid uncomfortable conversations. 

Whether that's a break-up, the termination of an employee or anything in-between, this man said he is willing to be "your hatchet man." 

The man behind the company, known as Bitterpillbox.com, is just known as Chris and states that his credentials for the job come from his experience in owning businesses. 

"In owning a company for so long, I've had every manner of uncomfortable conversation you can imagine," said Chris on the website. 

To get this service, customers have to deposit $20 to $50 depending on need and services start at $50 an hour. 

The website adds that the rate may increase depending on "hazardous factors" such as physical risk, the subject matter etc. 

Services include but are not limited to "breaking up with your boyfriend/girlfriend, ending an affair, employment termination, telling your boss you quit, negotiating a raise." 

If you'd like to book this service or just see what it's all about, check out the website

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