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Thank you very much, at the onset you have helped me craft a reply to alert them i am investigating the manner. The HR person tried to use my accrued PTO and threatened me with a demand i must pay this back on my last day but i did not respond so they can not use my PTO to pay this because i did not agree. In fact, they also owe me sales commision that i am crafting a demand for on my last day because in California the sale has been signed and the Partner validated the sale, they owe me the commision so this will be an interesting week - hence why in the office working through things to present on Tuesday before i will do any turnover with a client. Thanks,
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