Failure To Prompty Pay Upon Termination Of Employment
Products or Services
This class action lawsuit against Best Buy, a large consumer electronics retail chain located in California and throughout the United States.
This class action lawsuit, filed on April 10, 2006, alleges that defendant Best Buy Stores issued paychecks to its California employees without providing the name and address of an in state bank or some other location where employees could cash their paychecks for face value at no cost. California law requires employers to provide notice on each paycheck of a place in California where the check may be cashed without a charge or waiting period.
If the employee does not have direct deposit and the employee's paycheck does not have printed on the check the address of a bank or other location in California where the employee can cash his or her paycheck without paying a fee, the employee may be entitled to recover a penalty and all amounts paid to cash their paychecks over the past four years.
This class action lawsuit seeks to recover the check cashing fees and penalties on behalf of current and former employees of Best Buy Stores.
Name (Stock Symbol)
Best Buy (BBY)
Best Buy owns and operates a chain of retail consumer electronics stores.
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