Social Security investigates complaint about previous IPI work | News
Social Security investigates complaint about previous IPI work |  News

Social Security investigates complaint about previous IPI work | News

The U.S. Social Security Administration will investigate the complaint from a former Imperial Pacific International employee who believes IPI has not reimbursed the social security contributions deducted from his payslips.

The case was brought to the attention of the Commonwealth Casino Commission last week. Commissioner Ramon M. Dela Cruz asked Commission CEO Andrew Yeom to “inform us” of the allegation.

Commission President Edward C. Deleon Guerrero, who attended the video conference meeting, said he expects the IPI to respond quickly to the complaint because every day of delay is a violation of the Casino Regulation and the licensing agreement, in addition to violating federal law.

Yeom said the matter was being investigated and that the commission could hold a closed-door meeting with IPI so it could provide more details.

Yeom added that until all the details are gathered, “it’s a little too early to open the case to the public.”

He said that as soon as he has all the relevant facts, he will report to the Commissioners.

Former IPI CEO Ray Yumul said in an interview: “I received an email from a concerned former employee.” He did not name the employee, but Variety learned from other sources that the complainant used to work on IPI’s electronic slot machines.

Yumul said he received a response from U.S. Social Security Officer Bridget Camacho who told him that “any current or former employee who may have concerns that their payroll was not being forgiven may simply have to provide a photocopy of their W-2 for the period concerned and a copy of their driving license. “

The affected employee, Camacho said, can place the documents in a sealed envelope and drop them off at the local Social Security office in the Marina Heights II building in Puerto Rico.

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