Hello, I was recruited by a company named Affirm, who were partners with a company named total card. Affirm offered $75,000 a year to manage their portfolio in Total card. with a 3 - 5 year plan when they break off of total card, they wanted to start their own call center with me as their director. We negotiated back and forth on face book messenger and after much discussion I agreed to start meeting the management of both companies. I went through the interviews
and Total card advised that they would only offer $65,000 a year. I reached out to the Affirm representative that I was working with and I advised them I would accept the $65,000 and hope they get it fixed. and they advised me to decline it so they could get me the $75,000 a year they offered. They would get back to me that Tuesday or Wednesday. I did not hear anything, so I reached out a again to find out where we were. they said it was casuing to many issues between the 2 partners, so they were forced to pass on me. (Very short version) I feel I lost this huge opportunity because they told me to decline the offer because they would fix it. I have it all in a facebook chat to.
JA: Because employment law
varies from place to place, can you tell me what state this is in?
Customer: South Dakota. Affirm is based in San Fransisco CA. They are a group of VP's that were involved in the start up of pay pal. Total card is out of Sioux Falls SD
JA: Is the employment agreement "at will
," union, full time or part time?
Customer: at will
JA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?
Customer: It is all in writing from face book messenger. I have reached out to several employement attorneys here, but they all seem to be friends of the Total card owners so they say it would be a conflict of interest. Most of them had said that is what happens in a smaller twon. The Director of HR at total card said that Affirm should have never been negotiaing or talking about wage