I responded to an ad on a freelance website and they contacted me. They seemed very legitimate at the beginning. We had agreed that I would begin with 20 hours of work with a pre-defined schedule and would move to full-time towards January depending on their workload. Over the months, unscheduled meetings and unbilled time started increase. They even got angry when I did not respond despite not being scheduled to work. They would send 10-20 messages/emails during the days that I did not work and reprimanded me for not responding outside of my shift. Towards mid-February, the employer started to become rude and agressive, I let it pass as I was assuming it was due to a culture and language difference. However, I did confront them on February 27th stating that I no longer wished to work for free and would also appreciate that they respected the non-working days . They ended my contract the next day,informing that they could not abide to my “conditions ” and would pay me around the usual time. According to the contract which they, themselves made me sign, all payment would be made within 15 days of the end of the month. Please see below the extract of the contract clause “Fees will be paid on a monthly base per bank wire, within 15 days after a month has been ended.” I followed-up on them on the 13th on March and told me I was misinformed and I am supposed to be paid around this date and would require a few extra days. I was assured that they were not experiencing any technical issues and it was just a matter of making a simple transfer. I have sent several emails politely requesting a follow-up but the emails have been ignored and and transfer never made. .
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