I’ve never quit a job all that quickly. The fastest was just under one month. When the economy took a dive a few years back, my freelance work took a dive and I was a bit concerned. I took a part time gig with a big, well known bank as a collector. The job description explicitly stated that it was only for accounts less than 30 days due, so basically it was a reminder. I mentioned this in the interview and the guy went “Uh, uh, oh yeah, this position should be for just those new accounts.” Yeah, turns out it was dealing with any account right up until it was written off or sent to Legal (6 to 12 months overdue). Also, they made it really clear that you could personally be sued by customers if you violated the debt collecting laws, which was really easy to do without meaning any harm. Oh, and did I mention I was assigned to a supervisor that never worked at the same time I did, and I was left on my own with nobody to ask questions or help me since I was the only one on my team working nights?
I completed the full training and made it a few shifts before I decided that I’d rather cut my personal spending rather than deal with a job that was exactly the opposite of how they described. I quit via email without notice and the supervisor wanted me to call so she could talk me back into the job. I said no.
Oh, and my paycheck bounced. Thanks, Fells Wargo. At least I learned never to work for them (they’re a huge employer in my area).