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Hello N,Unfortunately, when your employment with N ended, your account was closed and the debit cards were shut off. The funds in your account were only available for transit services being provided so you could commute to and from N. Please be aware that because these funds were deducted on a pre-tax basis, they cannot be reimbursed to you.We apologize that you are no longer able to access these funds. Please let us know if you have any questions.TrishTrish Monroe | The Vita Companies 900 North Shoreline Boulevard | Mountain View | CA 94043VitaFlex & VitaCommute | P: 650 966-1492 | F: 650 964-3539VitaCOBRA | P: 650 810-1480 | F: 650 961-2285www.vitacompanies.com
Oh, like a 401k you can’t earn interest on or roll over if you change employers. Sounds swell!
Employees can stop participation at any time.
Vita is happy to provide copies of all the notices that were provided to you that specifically state what happens to your funds when your employment ends. We can also provide the exact dates and times these notices were provided.
Gil Silberman, Founding Partner, Equity LLPAnswered Sep 11, 2013 · Upvoted by Adam Nyhan, Business attorneyNo, generally email does not constitute valid notice unless: (a) you can prove that the person actually got it and read it, typically because they have admitted to it or responded to your email, (b) you have agreed with them in advance that emailing them qualifies as notice, or (c) less commonly, there is a statute on point that says that email notice is okay. It's a poor form of notice, because lots of email gets deleted, lost in people's spam filters, bounces, etc.