What to do if I worked for a company which paid for a training course while I was employed.and I just received a letter demanding repayment in 15 days?

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What to do if I worked for a company which paid for a training course while I was employed.and I just received a letter demanding repayment in 15 days?

There was a mistake in the finance department, who paid for the course twice. As a result I was refunded $2,000 from the training provider, who did not tell me what the refund was for; I have since left the company. Do I owe the $2,000? The repayment is not the issue, I am upset I was not contacted professionally and wondering if there any thing I can do on my end besides pay?

Asked on July 24, 2012 under Employment Labor Law, Minnesota

Answers:

SJZ, Member, New York Bar / FreeAdvice Contributing Attorney

Answered 9 years ago | Contributor

You were given money to which you were not entitled and to which you have no right; you must return it to the company which had paid for it, and if you do not, you may be sued.

There is no requirement that a company act or contact you "professionally," and no recourse for the fact that they did not. They are legally entitled to do what they did; therefore, there is nothing you can do about it, unfortunately.


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