The check can be in the mail
SCRANTON, PENNSYLVANIA- A McDonald's franchise says it will now give employees the option of being paid with direct deposit or by paper check after a lawsuit over workers being paid with debit cards that charged fees to withdraw money. Former employee Natalie Gunshannon sued after she says she was charged $1.50 to withdraw cash. He lawsuit focused attention on the practice of paying low-wage workers with debit cards that can be laden with fees. McDonald's says the owners of the 16 franchises with the debit card pay policy in Pennsylvania included free withdrawals.
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