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#1736135 - 08/29/12 02:10 PM Strange Question
bkdallas Offline
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We have an employee who had $9000 deposited into their AT&T account, he did not send AT&T the check so he has a $9000 credit on his account, he has told them that it is not his and AT&T wants to send him a check for it. This has been over a year ago and he does not know what to do? Any suggestions?

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#1736153 - 08/29/12 02:32 PM Re: Strange Question bkdallas
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Wow. Clearly since the money isn't his he shouldn't accept the check, but he obviously needs to talk to someone higher up in AT&T's billing department. This just doesn't sound right.
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#1736287 - 08/29/12 05:21 PM Re: Strange Question bkdallas
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Wonder if he had a good samaritan pay that on his behalf for some reason? Otherwise, If AT&T won't see the error of their ways (after speaking with management) and insist on giving him a check for $9000, I'd put it in a CD with the interest sweeping to my DDA each month until they suddenly wake up and figure out where it came from and want it back.
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#1736295 - 08/29/12 05:26 PM Re: Strange Question waldensouth
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I think that is what I would do also.

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