I had told them not to contact my employer and I would give them the car back if need. however they asked my employer for an email saying that I work in the Lehigh area so they can get the loan anyway
I did tell them that I didn't want them to contact my employer and if this was going to be an issue I no longer wanted the vehicle. They contacted my supervisor not the Human Resources Department. They wanted me to resign the loan documents because they did not meet the terms of the loan and they are asking to say that I work in a specific area of the state in order to obtain the loan with a credit union in the Lehigh Valley area.
I specifically advised them not to involve my employer for any type of letter that had this specific language.
I not only work in the Lehigh Valley area I work in the entire North East area of PA and putting in writing that I only work in Lehigh Valley would incorrect and I assume illegal.
I believe they lied to my supervisor in order to get him to write a statement which said that I work in the Lehigh Valley are of PA.
Thank you for your help,
can they still contact my employer after I told not to
Yes, I did sign a purchase agreement and have possession of the vehicle since May 22, 2013.
Thank you for following up with me. The transaction with the car loan was finalized but I was wondering if you have any experience with workers compensation in the state of Pennsylvania?
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