A Corporate Injustice That Should Not Go Unpunished

I hate the idea of corporate greed, but I never thought that I would have such a direct experience of it. Perhaps you might like to know that the NationalShoppingService.com has treated me, and a lot of others very badly.

I worked for the past two years as a contracted mystery shopper ordering pizza from Papa John’s, then writing a report about the quality. They were always great!

In early February my paycheck bounced, along with tons of others. This caused my bank account to go into overdraft. I was charged $118 in overdraft fees. At first I was told that they would take care of it, but later they said they would only pay $10. I don’t think this was right. $118 dollars may not seem like a lot to you, but I’m already struggling to survive with just a social security check.

I would not have been charged these overdraft fees if the paycheck hadn’t bounced. This is a documented fact that I proved to their accounting department.

This was their reply:

Hello Scott,

We are responsible for the initial NSF charge incurred ($10.00) and the original amount of the check only. We will send a new check out this week.

Thank you,

Sara


If you would like to stand up for the “little guys” and against corporate greed then please do any or all of the following:

Contact the National Shopping Service through any of the following means:

Mailing Address

National Shopping Service
 2510 Warren Drive, Suite B
 Rocklin, CA 95677

Phone & Fax Numbers

Toll Free:1 800 800 2704

Telephone:(916) 577 1010

FAX:(916) 577 1015

Email

General Information: help@nationalshoppingservice.com

Sales Department: sales@nationalshoppingservice.com

Accounting & Payroll questions: accounting@nationalshoppingservice.com

You might send a note like this:

It has come to my attention that you recently had a system glitch that caused your paychecks to bounce. This has caused a hardship for some of your mystery shopping contractors in the form of overdraft fees charged by their banks that would not have occurred if your paychecks had not bounced.

If you fail to make good on these charges then you may be assured that I will not hire your firm to perform any services for my company in the future. I will also not be patronizing Papa Johns pizza.

It is wrong when a corporation lets greed get in the way of doing what’s right.

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Our Mailing Address:

Papa John’s International, Inc. P.O. Box 99900 Louisville, KY 40269–9990

You Might Send a Note Like This:

It has come to my attention that you contract with the National Shopping Service for mystery shopping services. The National Shopping Service recently had a system glitch that caused their paychecks to bounce. This has caused a hardship for some of their mystery shopping contractors in the form of overdraft fees charged by their banks that would not have occurred if the paychecks had not bounced. If you fail to intervene with National Shopping Service to make good on these charges then you may be assured that I will not be patronizing Papa Johns pizza in the future.

It is wrong when a corporation lets greed get in the way of doing what’s right.

Let this be your good deed for the week. I know you will feel better.