Banshee wrote: Ian wrote:
dodecahedron wrote:well, my bad.
i'd thought, since in the US there are many laws/regulartions in favor of "the customer" (that aren't found in other parts of the world) that maybe there would be something like this.
too bad that's not the case.
The US is run by big business and looks out for big business. Consumers? Employees? Pfft.. It's all about the mighty dollar.
Actually, when they laid off most everyone, the first part that gets settled is outstanding pay.
Since I was retained to help close, my pay rate was set, and is garunteed by the Receiver, in charge of the liquidation.
I am glad that outstanding pay obligations come first.
I am sure you are too...
That makes sense.
I am going to contact OfficeMax (by e-mail or phone) to ask if they can do anything about my long outstanding (approved before mid June) rebate, since CenDyne won't be providing funding.
Funding has apparently been secured for issued
CenDyne rebate checks, so those who received checks and didn't try to depost or cash them *might* be OK now, at least for Staples purchases.
Don't take my word for it, I am just repeating what Staples or Parago told one customer.
Note: mine is for an OfficeMax purchase, so the funding for those may be separate for the Staples purchases.