Asked by Ambi on 23-04-2021 20:34:00
Question posted in the General Law category relating to Western Cape
I sent through the following messages to my ex boss that had signed an agreement to pay me out my 2 weeks notice and leave.
See below :
[04/23, 4:05 PM] Ambi??: Good day Yazeed.
Please indicate as to when payout will be.
[04/23, 5:34 PM] Yazeed Ebrahim: Amber please don't be lastag
[04/23, 5:35 PM] Yazeed Ebrahim: You shouldn't even be getting this money because of all the losses I incurred
[04/23, 5:54 PM] Ambi??: Sorry to be 'lastag' but I received a payslips indicating payment date as today and that's why I asked.
[04/23, 5:58 PM] Yazeed Ebrahim: Honestly I really didnt want to pay you this money
[04/23, 6:40 PM] Ambi??: Well as per the signed agreement that we all signed. You agreed to pay me out.
As of yet. I still have not received the payment.
What can I do?
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