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My previous employer/ boss seems to be indulging in some fraudulent activities and also putting pressure on their current juniors to do the same. I did inform my Managing Director of my suspicion but he did not support me. So, as per my best judgement, I told them I had got a better job opportunity and I offered my resignation and completed requisite notice period of seven days. Though I had worked there for six months, the company is refusing to pay up my full and final settlement. What should I do?
From India, Delhi
Dear Jay,
First of all, it is important to ascertain if your resignation was formally accepted by your former employer.
If yes, you could write a polite letter (sent via registered AD) to them requesting settlement of all outstanding amounts within 7 working days.
If no response is received within the said period, you could consider taking the advice of a lawyer who would examine the specifics of your case and be the best guide.

From India , Delhi
the reply given by citilegal is correct. please do not make any allegations of fraud or otherwise on your previous employer in the letter. Regards Unmesh G. D.

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