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Hi,

 

I have just been told by my company (a global food manufacturer) that I am to be made redundant at the end of the month. However, they have offered me an enhanced figure but they have deducted a sum of 4k for an outstanding balance on a company credit card. The background is basically, I signed up for a company credit card and had a disagreement with the card company over charges (I cannot divulge who yet as I am still in consultation) and cancelled my DD.

 

In the meantime, the company I work for decided to change card provider and I ended up as the only one with an outstanding balance. Despite trying to get resolve from the CC company, they invoiced my employer for the remaining balance. Now they are deducting this from my redundancy payment.

 

My question is, since I signed the credit agreement under the terms of the CCA with the card provider and then the amount was in dispute. Does my employer have the right (having paid it off to close their relationship with the cc company) to make me pay the outstanding balance and the interest they are puting on it monthly?

 

I have a consultation later this week but I will avoid this issue for the moment until I get some direction.

 

Best regards,

Nosewheel

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Hi,

 

I have just been told by my company (a global food manufacturer) that I am to be made redundant at the end of the month. However, they have offered me an enhanced figure but they have deducted a sum of 4k for an outstanding balance on a company credit card. The background is basically, I signed up for a company credit card and had a disagreement with the card company over charges (I cannot divulge who yet as I am still in consultation) and cancelled my DD.

 

In the meantime, the company I work for decided to change card provider and I ended up as the only one with an outstanding balance. Despite trying to get resolve from the CC company, they invoiced my employer for the remaining balance. Now they are deducting this from my redundancy payment.

 

My question is, since I signed the credit agreement under the terms of the CCA with the card provider and then the amount was in dispute. Does my employer have the right (having paid it off to close their relationship with the cc company) to make me pay the outstanding balance and the interest they are puting on it monthly?

 

I have a consultation later this week but I will avoid this issue for the moment until I get some direction.

 

Best regards,

Nosewheel

 

I signed up for a company credit card......

 

Did the company make the application or you ?

they have deducted a sum of 4k for an outstanding balance on a company credit card.....

 

If you have used this card on the companys behalf.....you would have receipts to enter in for expences, so it should be easy to negate the 4k outstanding


Beck

"There are two ways to conquer and enslave a nation. one is by the Sword. The other is by Debt."

 

Barclaycard PPI Refund £4300:whoo:

Barclaycard = Mexican Stand Off

 

TSB = Mexican Stand Off

 

Santander = :mad2: MungyPup is coming to get yahh :mad2:

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Hi

Thanks for responding.

 

The company had a corporate deal with the cc company and I had to sign up to the CC Agreement Ts+ Cs. So effectively I applied for the card to the credit supplier via the company corporate relationship.

 

As far as the receipts go, I submitted them and was paid the sum. I have no issue with the amount, my question is since the employer paid the balance in order to finalise their corporate agreement, do they now own the debt and are they legally able to recover the sum if no agreement was made between my employer and myself. I signed a credit agreement with the card supplier and since the debt has been paid by whatever means, the debt and agreement is no longer valid. That is what I understand from reading through the debt forum on CAG. So if the contract of credit is no longer live, shouldn't there be another agreement of some sort in place to enable the employer to legally recover the sum?

 

Hope this makes sense.

 

Regards,

Nosewheel.

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