McDonald's worker sues franchisee over debit card

06/17/2013 | Philadelphia Inquirer, The

Pennsylvania McDonald's worker Natalie Gunshannon quit and sought legal counsel after her first paycheck came in the form of a Chase debit card with fees attached and her boss reportedly told her that the card was the only option. On Thursday, lawyer Mike Cefalo filed a class-action lawsuit against franchisees Albert and Carol Mueller, claiming state law gives Gunshannon and other workers the right to choose whether to be paid by check or cash.

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