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CY Cheong
01/11/2012 10:30:58
Re: salary overpaid 2 mths after resignation

I'm working at a foreign bank, and had resigned on July 2012 with 2 week notice (boss & HR agreed for early release instead of 3mths notice)
However, after my resignation from X bank, they still keep paid me the salary for 2 mths. if I don't call back to the bank, I think they won't notice this incident.
After my calls, HR is contact me & inform me this is a system error and now they want me to payback the salary (original amount before deduct EPF & Socso & etc), and the amount is more than they credited to my saving acct. i don't think i need to payback extra which not credited to my acct.
for comment sense, I think I just need to payback them on the amount they over credit to my saving acct, am I right?
very appreciate your advices, thanks a lot...
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KL Siew
01/11/2012 14:59:01
I do agree with you.
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27/11/2012 12:21:56
Not , you need to pay the socso , epf that your employee paid for you ..
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