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Can your previous employer take money from you if they believe there was a salary overpayment 4 months ago?

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Start documenting and keeping any correspondence they send you. I know this will be expensive if it drags on, but get yourself a lawyer. If it goes on and you win, they will have to pay your legal fees.

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