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Hello Guys,

i got a call from a shipping company in London, which offered me a web development contract and asked me to start on the 17th of june, and gave me the terms of contract, which i took home to read, but started work, later in the week, i complained about a few things in the contract to be amended, which the company promised to.


But week after week, nothing was done, at the end of the month, i submitted an invoice and nothing was done, and when i asked when i will be paid, they told me to take a day off, then two days, then a week, then i was told not to come again.


and when i ask about the invoices i submitted, i am told the money is in my acct, as it was paid today, and when i complain, then they say in 3 days, then they say they have problems, then its another excuse.


Now they are not replying me.


I wrote citizens advice bureau http://www.citizensadvice.org.uk/ who said they haven't got an expert in house, but asked me to take them to court.


Am honestly confused. As i cant believe such is happening here in london.


The most annoying thing, was i moved from the former city i was living to london and bought a few materials for the project they asked me to work on and i have a daughter and responsibilities which i cant see to. Its been one month since i left them to date August 13th 2010


What do i do ?



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I agree with the post above, however it would appear that your relationship with this firm was more one of a contractor, rather than as an employee. Therefore, following a LBA you would then have to sue for the breach of contract, claiming damages and costs as appropriate.

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