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  • #53512
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    Has anyone out there been dealing with ADH, more specifically been dealing with an employee of ADH who made promises whilst still employed by ADH but has now left the company, since the employee has left, ADH are denying all responsibility for their employees actions. They admit that there are “…several others in a similar position to yourself…” but cannot see that they have any obligation to the buyer for the promises made. I know this message is a bit cloak and dagger but I do not want to name the employee.

    I have contacted Maria and I am now trying to gather evidence, so is anyone else is in a similar position can you please either post a reply or PM me.

    Thanks in advance

  • #76544
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    Hello Harry,

    Is this anything to do with promises of “cash back” ❓ Not involved myself, but have been contacted re: these promises. Feel free to PM me if you’d rather.

  • #76548
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    I don´t know if this was/is the case with this particular estate agent, but many estate agents don´t “employ” their sales reps….they make them work on a self-employed basis…commission only

  • #76549
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    @hillybilly wrote:

    I don´t know if this was/is the case with this particular estate agent, but many estate agents don´t “employ” their sales reps….they make them work on a self-employed basis…commission only

    That way they avoid any responsibilities when the s*** hits the fan!!! 👿

  • #76552
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    Except that under the self employment guise (which is done to avoid employment expenses) if you are worlong for a sales company – you are promoting that company who will have to take some sort of responsibility for the people they ask to promote their goods or services!

  • #76559
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    Inez, that maybe the case, but in reality they do not take responsibility. We know that from our experience with “awful estates”. They just backed away!!

  • #76562
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    I know they try every trick in the book but under law they would and must be held accountable. I am only this strong on it as I emnployed a secretary as autonomo. To cut a long painful story short – she was useless and after she became pregnant we told her there wasnt enough work for her full time (this was true)

    She sued us for breach of a contract she never had despite her invoicing us irregular amounts in accordance with the hours she worked!!!

    We had to pay her severance – the same amount we offered her when she had the baby!!!

    Anyway, if she was seen as an employee – and anything she got wrong we accepted responsibility- even though she was self employed, then surely their sales staff would as well!

  • #76762
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    There are ways to solve this particular case, as if the company does not take responsibility (which they should), they could be taken to Court with a Criminal claim (i.e. asking for a jail sentence for fraud) and this normally puts everyone back in perspective.
    I recommend proper advice is taken and, if necessary, criminal denouncement against both the employer and the employee. This normally should solve the problem.
    This abuses are quite often with foreigners, as normally they do not get the proper advice, and many lawyers are not as proactive as they should.
    Good luck

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