I had a similar experience as several others. I was promised one hourly rate, and then Sunbelt did a "switch and bait". When I received my contract, there were many serious omissions. Among other things, the hourly rate was less than half of what was promised. The pay was hourly, but there was no mention of how many hours each day/week/month was required. I was told funds for a rental car for the remainder of the school year would be provided, but the contract provided a flat amount, which hardly made a dent in the real cost. I brought this to Amber's attention, and asked for corrections and clarifications be made to the contract before I signed, She then became very aggressive and angry,
I would recommend two things:
1. Have an attorney look over the contract if you have concerns. There are glaring inaccuracies and omissions, and I could see many problems there. You are making a year-long commitment and have to protect yourself.
2. Contact the management of the school or business where you would be working and let them know what has happened. I started with the person who interviewed me, and then call human resources. Both appreciated getting this information. After all, you spent time applying and going through the interview process. You worked in good faith with Sunbelt Staffing, and expected the same in return. Sunbelt relies on making money from these school districts. Maybe Sunbelt Staffing will lose business, or clean up their act.
I turned down this position in the end, as I did not want to depend on a business that lacked integrity and honesty.