- Report: #840785
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Complaint Review: AFLAC
AFLAC1932 Wynnton Road, Columbus Georgia 31999 Internet United States of America
AFLAC American Family Life Assurance Company Monrey Stolen From Payroll Deduction Internet, Internet
*Consumer Comment: Your HR Department is a MESS...
*UPDATE Employee: AFLAC American Family Life Assurance Company Monrey Stolen From Payroll Deduction Internet, Internet
*Author of original report: Me again
*Consumer Comment: Wrong Company...
*Consumer Comment: Talk to your payroll department
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Despite this, deductions have been made from my pay starting on January 1, 2012. This has resulted in overdraft fees in my checking account. I did not notice the first deduction, but after again noticing what I thought was a mistake in accounting on my part, I checked in PeopleSoft (my employer's payroll system), and saw that the AFLAC fees were being deducted. I contacted my HR department, who said this is an ongoing problem with AFLAC, and it may take months to have the payments stop because AFLAC is not cooperative, and refuses to reimburse fees. This is placing a huge financial strain on my family. Please help.
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