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Hello, my name is ***** ***** it is my pleasure to assist you with your question today. Were you even given a contract to consider?
Did the contract have a notice period for termination?
It could matter but the fact you were only there for 2 days would be in your favour. It is possible to imply your acceptance to a contract and its terms if you had started to work under its terms and had not signified formally you did not agree to it. But just 2 days is quite unlikely to give rise to such an argument.
Also it is highly unlikely you will be sued by the employer. There is not much they can sue you for – the worst they could do is pursue you for the notice period, or more specifically any losses they have incurred as a result. This could include fees for getting a short-term replacement at short notice to cover your duties. However, if that was not necessary then there are hardly any losses they can pursue you for. Also it is very rare for employers to make such claims, it is simply not worth their time and money. So I would very much hope this goes no further.
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