Junk caller pays
We sent it to S Three plc (sound familiar) as the caller claimed to be part of S Three, but it turns out S Three have sold the company, Jobboard Enterprises Ltd who also trade as IT Media, to Dice Holdings Inc (US).
I now have a nice letter from Dice Holdings Inc, by fed ex, clearly taking it seriously (sorry, it really is that badly printed), and saying they will pay the £5 I have claimed, yay!
Jobboard Enterprises Ltd also send me personally loads of junk emails, so I have replied asking for them to settle those claims too. We will see what happens.
But, another win!
Update: The £5 arrived.
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They're paying the £5 "as a gesture of goodwill". Right.ReplyDelete
Companies all too often use this phrase, to make it sound like they're doing you a favour, rather than because they are legally obliged to.
Yes, you are right, actually, I may have to pick that up - accept their £5 good will, and still request the £5 due by law.Delete
Ha ha Rev, --evilDelete