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    my ex-employer is in AZ and i worked in CA. 2 questions. They say i owe 16k to them in draw money against commissions. Can they collect? Also, over the 14 months i worked fror them, they made multiple chargbacks against my commissions, withholding my paychecks. Is this legal?
    Thanks!
    Last edited by todder24; 09-20-2006, 03:45 PM.

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    California law applies here. Have you contacted the Division of Labor Standards Enforcement? What did your agreement say about repayment of excess draw over commissions, chargebacks, earned commissions at time of termination, etc.?
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      I cannot find my agreement at the moment, but i do not recall any specific time frame in which to pay the draw back or if it even stated such. During one of the companies monthly conference calls, the owner did state that he would like the draws to be paid back a little at a time if our commissions hit 10K per month.

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        File a claim with the DLSE, and let them sort it out.
        Megan E. Ross, Esq.
        Law Offices of Michael Tracy
        http://www.gotovertime.com

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