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I was fired in Feb. for breaking a policy everyone broke, my managers first & foremost. I had never been in trouble & was not aware what I had done was a terminable offense. I was not suspended, but was allowed to work four full shifts after my interview (which was not supposed to have been about me, but about a fellow associate). I had a day off & was fired the next day. When I asked whether my offense was terminable, neither person in the meeting could tell me. I asked for my timecards later that evening & was told I would be called. I called HR, who said he would look into my case & call me on Monday. I never heard back from anyone despite numerous phone calls & emails on my end. I haven't cashed my final check because I'm unsure if it's acceptance of payment. I'm suspicious of whether I was paid in full. Days after I was fired I received another stub in the mail for .31 regular hours, .78 overtime hours, & 1 meal premium. Over one month later I received a check for over $100 in "retro pay". I still have not received my timecards and my employer is preventing me from collecting unemployment insurance. My questions: Can I access my money without it harming my case? I am entitled to $750 for failure to deliver my timecards and possibly upwards of $2,000 dollars for withholding some of my wages, but am I entitled to anything more than this? Is it possible to sue for a change in my termination status, so that it will not affect me going forward? Thank you for your time.
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