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Hi Manasi
I had faced something similar with an outstationed client. As Octavious has rightly mentioned, you've got to get in touch with the decision makers of the company and explain the situation to them. I got my fee after I spoke to highest authority in the company. Though it would be little difficult, keep trying. While trying to get in touch with the higher authority, dont stop sending followup mails to the person whom you are in touch with. I know its really frasturating...but dont stop trying.
Regards
Amisha
Resource Solutions

From India, Bangalore
Hi manasi,
Treat this as a learning tool to deal with diverse situations that come across whether it is non payment of Dues or anything related.I would also suggest you to directly approach the top managing authority. Talk to them in a very professional manner Tell them that this will affect the future relations of the company adversely if no action is taken immediately. This will create an Impact I think.Be very Genuine in your words.Finally i always say "Hope for the Best and Prepare for the Worst' so that you are always well equipped.
Regard
Praveen Dixit
SM

From India, Pune
Dear Mansi
- Suggest to have the Signed Agreement with the clients before picking up assignments. Sometimes in Hurry and Need of Business it is overlooked.
- Always have the Vacancy Details from the Official Mail id of the Hr / Concerned Person addressing you to work upon.
- Have acknowledgement of the Invoices sent and make continuous followups preferably in Writing.
- As far as this case is concerned, it is advised to make FUP's only.
- Sometimes you need to share the List of Such Organisations in Networking Sites which inturn make the organisation to pay by themselves....
Regds... Murali Prasad ES

From India, Ahmadabad

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