My former employer owes in $20K of money placed on my credit card. What do I have to file to reclaim the money owed to me by the company?
- RICKLv 78 months ago
Better have a lot of proof
- 8 months ago
Find a lawyer who will take your case & sue.
- oklatomLv 78 months ago
That will be something to discuss with your attorney, not strangers on the internet.
- Badge 203Lv 48 months ago
First you would have to prove to a court that these charges were not authorized by you which will be hard ot do because your card was swiped, meaning you either gave the card to them or you were with them when the charges were made.
They will tell the court you invested
Talk to an attorney
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- Wayne ZLv 78 months ago
This is between you and your employer.
Generally, you would file an expense report with your employer and they would reimburse you.
If they won't or can't, you would probably have to sue them.
- DEBSLv 78 months ago
Turn in your expenses to them justifying the charges just like you would if you're an employee (just not through their online systems). Or are you saying they are refusing to pay? In that case, a consultation with a lawyer for that amount would be wise.
- .Lv 78 months ago
sue him if not paying up
- SquidmasterLv 78 months ago
..........why would an employer owe that?
If they owe you oney, you need to put in a letter to their finance department, or whichever member of management deals with that kind of thing. Provide evidence of what this money is and why it is owed, and request it be paid.
If they don't, respond that you're willing to take it to court.
Then actually take it to court.
- Anonymous8 months ago
- Pearl LLv 78 months ago
rnaybe you should talk to a lawyer about it