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    My salary being credited into my teammate’s account

    I am working in a software company. This month when we received our salary, I found that I have not been credited with my salary. Later I found out that my accounts department had lost my account details and thus were forced to credit my salary into my teammate’s account. But I think that they should have atleast talked to me about it. How to react to this incident?

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    manojbadoniya Array
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    Re: My salary being credited into my teammate’s account

    Dear you do not need to react in this situation because mistakes may be done by anyone in the world and when your accounting management department has lost the account number then you should provide them your account number back because this may be happened again with you and you must go to the head of the accounting department and ask them that why did they do it without asking you at once too and if they say that they lost your account number then you must tell them that if you ever loose my account number then call me before transferring my salary into the account of another candidate because this is not fair and not good by the company and if I had not asked it from the manager then I would have lost a part of my salary because I do not believe in anyone about the money and please do not do it again in future and keep the details safe and secure of every employee and when the management has lost my account details then who will keep it safe in future so just be careful about your job and do not repeat this mistake again

    All the best

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    marigold Array
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    Re: My salary being credited into my teammate’s account

    Hi aspirant

    Your accounts department definitely did the wrong thing and they should have definitely talked to you in this matter before crediting your salary to someone else's account. This is heights of irresponsibility but maybe they were so overburdened with work that they did not have any time for it. But on your part you should definitely go and have a talk with them in this regards and sort this matter out.

    Tell them that this month when everybody received their salary, you found out that you have not been credited with yours. Later you found out that they have lost your account's details and thus credited your salary into your team mate's accounts. But if they would have talked to you, you would have given them your account details and there would be no confusuion. You hope that the next time they will take care of this so that the employees won't face such a problem.

    I am sure that your accounts department will get your point and will not repeat it again. Good luck

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    john215 Array
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    Re: My salary being credited into my teammate’s account

    Re: My salary being credited into my teammate's account

    Hi friend,

    I think this is the bad thing because your salary credited your teammate's account
    you must go to the head of the accounting department and ask them that why did they do it without asking you at once too and
    If they say that they lost your account number then you must tell them that
    If you ever loose my account number then call me before transferring my salary into the account of another candidate because this is not fair and not good by the company

    So you can immediately open the your personal account and your salary credited your account

    Thanks!!!
    GOOD LUCK.................

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