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Hi all,
I was working with one of IT company as retainer from Nov 2016 to April 2018. Basically the retainer-ship was of six months and after every six months company used to extend the duration as per requirement. During the third extension of my retainer ship, i got a good opportunity with some other company and so i completed my retainer ship with Previous company till last date as per my retainer ship appointment letter and i left the company. As per my retainer ship agreement will be extended on a mutual comfort and not only if company wanted to. Now they are not providing me my reliving and exp letter as well as F&F settlement. I didn't resign from my previous organization and I left it once my relationship tenure completed .
Yet, they have mentioned in F&F mail that I have resigned on 24th April and last day was 27th April, so 3 days advance salary was given to me and I have to pay them the amount in order to obtain reliving and experience letter. They have also mentioned my salary(retainer ship fees) on a high side compared to what i was getting. I have all the supporting proofs for this including Form 16, Salary slips and all.
Requesting people over here to please suggest me any way out to obtain my certificates.
Thanks,
NS
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