Join Date: Sep 2014
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I did get a response yesterday to the notice I sent them, within an hour of sending it, However, the email stated he was working on getting us paid, as soon as I confirmed said excel file, It wasn't a payment date, it was a excel file of pending payments for work we completed which I was asked to see if it was correct.. it was not there were 3 invoices from beginning of March not on there, as well as 7 other invoices not listed, I replied to this with the missing Invoices and invoices that had incorrect pay amounts, and explained that this is not a check stub or nor did this excel file say a pay date, and that my notice still stands, I then never received a email reply to that, but a few hours later I received a phone call from upper management that stated he was wanting to make a resolution to our payment dispute, and he is the in house attorney there, then we discussed recent issues with processors, account reps etc. and also what I posted to this site, and the reason for the "pay delay", he explained that there client had upgraded there pay system in March and there is a issue with it, and they have not gotten paid since then, and that we would be paid, but couldn't give me a date, he also said we are good workers and appreciated all the work we had done for them, but I needed to edit my thread on here, or delete it, or basically I wouldn't have a job with them anymore ( not that I was planning on staying) I explained that I didn't think I did anything wrong and I would take his recommendation into consideration, that what I put on here was in fact truth and not a lie, so I was then asked to post a vague more favorable summary of our phone conversation, (which I hadn't done yet as I messaged a senior member for advice before doing so waiting on his response GTX63 need you advice pm me please) he then said he would call me when a check would be ready, no faith in believing that.. I guess if I don't hear anything on payment by next week I will move forward with notifying clients and the liens. Very sad about this, but I was brought up by my parents so I'm German and Cherokee, and I fight for what is right, and the truth.