Payroll question

Discussion in 'UPS Discussions' started by TednAZ, Jul 3, 2013.

  1. TednAZ

    TednAZ New Member

    Got a letter in the mail from payroll stating that I had yet to cash a check from last year.

    The check in question(I still get live checks) was actually misplaced and lost by my supervisor while I was on vacation.

    I contacted his boss and requested to have my lost check reissued.He put a stop payment on the check that was lost and reissued me another check.

    I'm fairly certain I cashed the reissued check(I do let my checks stack up, but I always make sure to cash them before they expire), so why would payroll send me a letter in the mail saying that I didn't cash the one that got lost?

    It's unusual to say the least.Why would payroll hassle me for not cashing a check that can't be cashed, being that it's a "stop payment" check?

    Has anybody ever had this happen?Any input would be appreciated
  2. Johney

    Johney Well-Known Member

    If you know you cashed the replacement then who gives a crap. Not my problem is what I would say.