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Pay Stub: Risk of id theft or anything else

Discussion in 'Members' Lounge' started by IceBolt, Oct 6, 2005.

  1. IceBolt

    IceBolt Senior Member

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    Hey,

    so there's a guy from where we used to work, and he's fighting a case about not getting a bonus that i got. He wants to photocopy my pay stub and i'm just wondering if there's anything that can be taken from my pay stub?
    sides my sin.
     
  2. pissedoffsol

    pissedoffsol RETIRED

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    aside from all that crap, what you are about to do is HIGHLY illegal.

    it is illegal to discuss your pay with fellow employees who are not your direct management.
     
  3. Sweet InStinct

    Sweet InStinct Hot Member

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    Isnt it against company policy to show someone else your pay stub?

    EDIT : Opps B answered that one too fast
     
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    Battle Pope New Member

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    I wouldn't give him shit without a court order to do so.

    Sorry bud. You didn't get a bonus? Fuckin work harder.

    He has no right to your personal information anyway, and that's exactly what wages are - personal information.
     
  5. IceBolt

    IceBolt Senior Member

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    we both quit, but we're not getting paid correctly...

    and we're in Canada, does canada have that law?
     
  6. VTECin5th

    VTECin5th Administrator

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    Completely depends on the state.
    Consult a lawyer to see if it's ok.
    No idea for Canada?
     
  7. IceBolt

    IceBolt Senior Member

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    i know, i dont feel comfortable giving it to him to photocopy, but he's kind of my buddy, though i don't know him that well...

    it was a signing bonus, stating that if you work that a certain period of 3 months, you'll get x amount of money. not how hard he works.
     
  8. Sweet InStinct

    Sweet InStinct Hot Member

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    Consult a paralegal.. they charge u alot less than a lawyer and they do the job 2 x as fast...

    And yes it is against company policy but i dont think it is illegal.. as in u go to jail.. but u can be sued and fined.. etc...

    If you quit and then showed it to him then i think thats fine
    but while during working there i think its a conflict of interest.. or something..

    well thats your contract not his..

    u dont want to have to deal with the company sueing u because of him
     
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    Battle Pope New Member

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    Oh. Still, I wouldn't give him anything. Especially if he's not someone you know really, REALLY well. Besides, if the evidence becomes relevent to the case, his lawyer can subpoena your ex-employer for that information.
     
  10. IceBolt

    IceBolt Senior Member

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    cool, i told him i didn't feel comfortable but he can use my name and they can verify that i got paid.

    thanks guys, you guys were really fast on the reply.

    he wanted to meet me today in like 2 hrs.

    he's going to be pissed. [​IMG]
     
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    :werd:

    He has no right to bitch cause he has no right to the information.
     
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    reckedracing TTIWWOP VIP

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    why don;t you just make the copy blacking everything out, and then give it to him
     
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    ripperbone angry bear

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    your ssn is on your paystub,
     
  15. phyregod

    phyregod !!YTINASNI

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    Gee.. that hasn't been stated already...


    If he wants it, tell him to get his lawyer to subpoena it from the company.
     
  16. jamesA

    jamesA Well known pissed off telephone guy VIP

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    huh? If that's true nationwide then we were always breaking the law at Ingram.

    I figured it was just common courtesy to not discuss compesation/pay rate with a fellow employee.

    Anyway, if you really want to help him do it, black out everything that isn't necessary to him proving the point.

    Name, pay rate, compesation amount, SSN, etc.
     
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