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chris4chris

Junior Member
What is the name of your state? Colorado. My question is, the employer I worked for owns a franchise, and when a check I accepted bounced, required that I pay for the check, a total of $340. His reasoning was that we had a check machine to ok the check, I didn't use it, so I must pay the amount due him by the customer who wrote the bad check. The customer later filed for bankruptcy, making it all but impossible to recover such a 'small' amount. Not small to me. Does he have the right to do this? Or am I simply out 2 days worth of work that I spent away from my wife and kids to cover 'his' business risk?
 


Debt Guy

Senior Member
Q. am I simply out 2 days worth of work that I spent away from my wife and kids to cover 'his' business risk?

A. No. You are out 2 days of pay for not following instructions and doing what you were told.

It you don't like the job and the rules, go somewhere else (but don't come to work for me).
 

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