My attorney sent the following letter to Kash Mart after I worked for them for 2 months and after their check to me and to the office leasing company bounced:
I am an attorney licensed in the State of Utah and I represent my client. It is my understanding that Nana Whyte, a representative of your organization, offered a contract of employment to my client, which he accepted. I have in my possession a copy of this contract of employment executed by my client and Ms. Eno James Iyanam from your organization (the "Contract").
The Contract was submitted to Ms. Nicole Bridgmonhan in your Human Resources department. My client also submitted a copy of his drivers license and a copy of a voided check for payroll purposes to Ms. Jessica Walker. Until recently, he has been in regular contact with several individuals in your company, including Maria Martinez in your Human Resources department and Maria Aiegre, your company secretary. My client began work with your organization on or about June 1, 2012, and immediately started fulfilling his contractual responsibilities related to initiating your business presence and operations in the State of Utah. Pursuant to the Contract, you are obligated to pay my client the sum of $19,000 (nineteen thousand US dollars) for the work he has performed during the first 2 months of his employment.
My client has informed me that he has not received any payment. My client received a check for $4,000, which represented less than one half of one months pay, but this check was dated January 1, 2004 and was therefore invalid as payment. my client has yet to receive any reasonable explanation for this mistake and the continuing non-payment of his contracted salary. As such, he has retained my firm to assist in enforcing the Contract and recovering the pay due to him.
Your companys lack of adequate communication, lack of action in setting up proper business systems in this jurisdiction, and lack of pay to my client for services rendered to your company constitute a legally actionable breach of contract. My client has suffered severe economic hardship because of this breach, and would likely be entitled to a large recovery if this matter were litigated.
Such a recovery could include, but may not be limited to, current unpaid wages, loss of economic opportunities, loss of future wages, cost of recovery actions including attorneys fees, and consequential damages such as loans and interest incurred by my client as he has attempted to mitigate the losses he has experienced due to your breach.
Did Kash Mart send me their money? No, please don't trust this financial fraud company. They will steal your money, time, and energy so PLEASE STAY AWAY from their fraudulent practices. If you are interested in filing a civil action please contact me.