That is simply a scare tactic. They can "fine" you $1,000,000,000,000,000 but collecting it is a totally different story. Just because they SAY they a going to fine you doesn't mean that have any actual way of doing it.
She replied and said that I would be fined $150 and my shopper privileges would be cancelled if I did not perform the shop because the time period to cancel had expired.
I asked Tracy to forward me a copy of the original email and she told me that it was in the invoice charging me $150. It isn't an email, just a typed statement.
Essentially, their claim is the tickets could have been sold and by your not showing up the venue loses $150...I gather somehow the logic flows the venue than charges Service Scouts $150 and they send you a bill for it.
There's a site called Avvo where you can ask lawyers free advice. Maybe post the question there.
Is this baseball shop more than 200 miles RT from your residential? Spend the $150 on your grandchild, when you, the Shopper takes him on a "one-on-one" with "Nana", at an all day toy or electronic store The shop is not due until 4/17, perform the shop. If the shop is still on your assign shops, download the guidelines. Read, read, and re-read. They have our info so be gentle and kind in your reporting. Then after you get paid, put Service Scouts on your 10 foot pole list.
Agreed. What if this scheduler "thought" she sent you this email but it was bounced back to her? She should apologize and PROVE to you she sent the email.@PasswordNotFound wrote:
Unless she can provide you with a copy of the email complete with headers, I'm guessing she's trying to cover her own rear end for something she either forgot or someone else dropped. Do let her know that you won't be going, and do make sure to use as few words as possible so things don't get twisted.
Unless she can provide you with a copy of the email complete with headers, I'm guessing she's trying to cover her own rear end for something she either forgot or someone else dropped.