My question involves independent contractors in the state of: Florida
I work as a REALTOR in the state of Florida. In March I switched companies. In the interview process the broker told me that we would get fully qualified leads - 140 to split between 6-8 agents - personalized web pages, lead generation through the web pages, full marketing staff to produce high quality marketing materials - just to name a few. Since they were providing the leads that were supposed to be fully qualified and just 'sitting on his desk' I agreed to a 50% commission split to start even though I was making a lot more where I was. He said that we would increase that but that we could not right away.
It is now August and I have yet to see a pre qualified lead!! I don't have a web page nor do I have a marketing team that is behind me at all!!! I barely have marketing! The laundry list is long of promises made and not fulfilled. Some of the promises are in writing, others were verbal.
My question is - Is this a breach of contract and if so, where could I go with this? I took a cut in pay and didn't gain anything - in fact lost because of these false promises and nothing is happening to fix them.
So, should I just cut my losses and move on or is there possibly enough to sue these people?