Q: I was working for a person they were late on my pay so they put in their credit information on my Phone to pay it
He didn't pay me in full when I was working with himand also didn't pay me my last check. the card was charged I didn't get to pay with cash but his card was charged 67 dollars when I called for an extension I guess they just charged me to the info he left logged in I tried canceling the payment but now he won't give me my last pay and is using this card transaction to say he shouldn't pay me the 820 dollars he owes me I'm.not sure if I can get in trouble I wasn't even aware the card was charged I was expecting my phone to get disconnected I don't know if I should do something or if I'm in legal trouble somehow need advice since he's holding my pay as well
A: This is NOT a true 'workers compensation' matter, workers comp is for folks who fall of the ladder at work and need a back surgery. YOU have a Labor Law question, a WAGE CLAIM. Wage Claims go to the California Labor Board : https://www.dir.ca.gov/dlse/HowToFileWageClaim.htm That is before the LAbor Commissioner of the Division of Industrial Relations. (dont file anything at the workers comp appeals board, that's the wrong office.)
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