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Subject: The Preverbial Wrench Date: 7/12/2005 10:38 AM
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I didn't get paid last week. Sure I got the paycheck stub in the mail on Friday, right on time. But no funds direct-deposited. Apparently ADP, the employer's payroll processing company knew there was a problem but only tossed in my name with the payroll person called about someone else yesterday. The contracting company did not think to call me yesterday when they found out, but confirmed it when I called them today.

They will overnight me a check, which will not clear until Thursday, but in the meantime, I have now overdrawn twice because the funds were supposed to have been deposited on Friday. The problem is probably that the routing number changed when SouthTrust completed its merger with Wachovia, but Wachovia promised over and over that direct deposits, debits, and printed checks would not be affected. They were wrong and now I have to fight to get the overdraft charges reversed.

Fuskie
Who will have to incure more overdraft charges because his first Chase Visa bill is due this week...
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