I work from home, and I am in AZ but the company is in Florida. After doing my work last week and entering into the company database as usual, payroll notified my supervisor that no work had been entered in all week yet I had submitted a timesheet. But I did enter in my work. They asked me to try and retrieve it from my computer but I was unable to because we are always told to securely delete data for security reason. So we I use software to completely make any recovered data unreadable. They didnt let me work for 3 days because they claimed they were checking their database. Then I was terminated and they said it was for falsifying my timesheet. And that is not true. I am not stupid first of all, why would i enter in a time sheet without any work to show for it? And second, I did enter in my work. And This really upsets me because if anything it should not be termination because anytime an employee has more time then work to show for it, they make it differential pay and give the person a write up. But they said I was terminated. Is this legal? Because I some of my work did show for the week just not all of it, so I should of been given a write up for differential like everyone else is for the amount of hours being too high compared to the amount of work(so they have to make up the difference with differential pay to meet min wage requirements). I know I wont even be able to get unemployment either because of the accusation. And its not true!!!! Is their anything I can do about this injustice?