I was sent a second check because the first set of checks I received were lost in the mail they did there invesgation and reissue out the check to me on Valentine's Day I had a vacation to New York on 2/24 the day of my trip I went to bank after they released the money to me and everything was fine when I landed in New York my cards was decline wen I looked at account my account was negative and accounts was on hold I called the company on Friday and they told me that all checks was voided and they sorry for not letting me know I was enbrassed I had no money in New York I was stuck I was some kind of compensation for the inconvenience
As you haven't shared the purpose and or intent of the payment, i.e. payment for services, payment due for employment, etc., I cannot speak as to what rights you may have for not receiving the money as intended by draft of that check. If the check was returned for NSF or stopped payment, then you may have rights pursuant to Florida Statutes 68.065; see link below. However, as far as claiming compensation for the inconvenience of not having the money when needed, this claim or any similar claim may be barred as emotional distress or inconvenience are generally not claims applicable to these situations notwithstanding the understandable frustration this may have caused you to which I fully empathize. You would need to discuss the specific facts surrounding the payment and intent of the payment to confirm what rights you may have in this situation. Unfortunately, attorneys are not allowed to offer their services, even if the services of an attorney are solicited through the Q&A forum. You must initiate the consultation by contacting an attorney directly, which you can find an attorney in your area by using the "Find a Lawyer" link at the top of the page.
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