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Tue May 4, 2021, 09:37 AM

1. I'm surprised the "oops, human error" wasn't cited to protect the corporate personhood's deceit.

DH, an American public servant at that time, before EFTs, was once paid with an IOU; within the week, funds that backed the worthless chit were made available to pay workers by enveloped check.

DH, an American public servant at that time, was denied permission to attend or even send a legal representative to a closed county meeting "to discuss Personnel" meeting that would discuss, you guessed it, his job dismissal.

DH's payroll EFT once bounced; the funds were re-transmitted the next day, but overdrafts/late fees it caused were never returned. Ahhh...life in the digital age - more, next.

DH researched and returned someone else's payroll EFT that was deposited one day to our account (nice deposit, BTW); an HR person for the payer said that person's payroll deposit would never otherwise have been successfully replaced in the worker's account (or located in our account with consequences) due to the way in which the human error occurred. (yeah, right...).



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