For two years, and I'm for the Swiss edition of the magazine, Translations from French into German. For my work I have submitted the invoice. The last fee invoices from December to February, but have not been settled until today. I have informed my contact person several times and have also sent a reminder. Then it was said I had to contact the headquarters in France, since the office in Switzerland have no payment authorization. I have also made, also without success. How should I proceed further and where I would have to initiate the driver if additional reminders bring nothing?
their claims, you can address to the place that has given you the job. The customer, the contractual partner is in the rule. According to your descriptions, this would be the office of the magazine in Switzerland.
That the client tries to reference them to the main office in a different country, you need to accept. The internal responsibilities in the company are not your thing. Therefore, it does not need to worry about whether the Swiss office has a payment authorization or not. The customer comes face to face with duty: you must ensure that the orders are paid. Any operation you can submit the place where the Swiss office is located.
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Created: 08.07.2019, 15:39 PM