To whom It may concern,
I was contacted which was on May 25 offering me an interest to come and work for their company. At that time, I was fully employed at Dial America. They offered me an interview for a work from home position with more money than what Dial America was going to pay me. So, I had my interview on May the 30th with the HR Manger Michael Brown and on June the 4th accepted a position with them in the company. I had signed a contract with them stating the first 30 days I would be on a probation period and the first 30 days I would be a sub- contractor and after 30 days I would be evaluated and if they liked my performance I would be offered a full-time position with their company. This what they told me my pay would be:” Right now you have two options for how to receive your pay:
- Direct deposit
- Check via mail
For direct deposit, you will need to send us a direct deposit authorization form from your bank.
Please upload this document as a PDF or image file and submit it via email.
If you prefer to receive your pay via check, please confirm that we can issue this check to the address we have in your CRM profile. If you would like your check sent to an alternate address, please advise me of this address, including your zip code.
As you most likely know, your first day of work will begin once you process your first order. This day will be reflected in the CRM system as: My Account - > Account Details - > Account Open Date. The dates of your following paydays will be shown there as well.
In regard to your first payday, it is necessary that you email me 3 business days prior to that date to re-affirm that your favored payment method and payment details are still accurate. In response to this verification email, we will send you important tax documents.
Currently, you are on a probation period. At the end of this period, your manager will present a report on your performance to our management team in order to determine whether to offer you a permanent position.
In the event that you are offered a permanent position, you will need to fill out and submit the IRS W-4 tax document and USCIS I-9 form before we process your payment. If you are not offered a permanent position, your probation period will be considered on an independent contractor status, and we will issue you a 1099-MISC form, followed by your paycheck.
Please remember to email me 3 days before your first payday, so I can furnish you with the necessary tax forms.
For your probation month you will earn $2150 base rate + $100 transport expenses = $2250/month.Once you have successfully completed your probation period and have been offered a permanent position, you have the option of receiving your payment in biweekly installments. In a permanent position you will earn $2450 base rate + $150 transport expenses = $2600/month Sometimes you will incur other job-related expenses for items such as clear packing tape, ink cartridges, basic printer, digital camera, etc. You are eligible for reimbursement for these products. Please save your receipts and submit them to me via email for reimbursement.
I wish you very good luck in your new positions! I hope you enjoy working in our team, and that you pass your probation period with flying colors!”
So, I signed up for direct deposit and worked my 30 days. On the 11th my check was supposed to be deposited and have been given the run around since. On the 11th when I was supposed to receive my check they told me to wait 24 hours because my check hadn’t been direct deposited. So, I did and my check wan not still deposited so I emailed again and asked for it. This time they said an intern had messed up and sent out a paper check instead and I had asked them to cancel the check and direct deposit the check. They emailed me again stating that they would cancel the check and deposited it the approitet way and it was never being deposited. So, then I contacted them again and then they told me that their Bank account through Bank of America had been compromised and the had to move the funds into an approite account and it was going to take up to 3 days to get everything done. So, I gave the 4 days and had contacted them again and the said the account was still down, but they could issue me a paper check, so I agreed to let them issue me a paper check which I was supposed to get between 3-5 business days which I was told was mailed out at 3 pm on 7/19/2018 which I have never received. Now she is telling me that my check was received and has not. Which as of 07/25/2018 I have not received my pay as of yet.
Then there is the matter of the full time issue. I was told after the 30 days. That I would be contacted from HR on my full time position I have emailed and emailed the HR manger Michael Brown and my supervisor and payroll regarding this matter and no feedback the only person that will answer me is the HR lady Jessie. I have called emailed and nothing in return. The supervisor was in touch with me until the shut down the CRM last Thursday and I still can’t log on. When I emailed Jessie, she said it shows in her system that they had me as full time and I would be compensated for me waiting and I should he from the HR department very soon on my full-time position which I still haven’t.
From the way I see it they owe me $2,250 for the first month $2600 for the second month (which is this month coming up) and about 60 dollars if fees and supplies I had to pay out for supplies and packaging. Which come too $4,910.
I have called the labor board, attorney general office here and in California and I will be contacting an attorney. I have pictures of their websites, and website showing that they are affiliated with Amazon fulfillment products and that I shipped for them and receipts. I have copies of all the emails as well. I am also filling out a consumer complaint form and will provide a copy of that email as well.
• I have included this letter from me:
• The consumer emails
• Emails to my manger and supervisor
• As well as my contract
• Offer letter
• Emails to payroll
• Websites and pictures
I want to be paid for my services and the career sites help responsible for allowing anyone to be able to access our information
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Michael Brown, Jessie
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