My company just switched to a new employee payment program. It's call comcheck. Instead of getting a paycheck on payday you go to an ATM machine and withdraw your wages for a plastic card they issue you. You then take the cash and deposit it or spend it as you wish. You can also use the card as credit card at Maestro credit card vendors. Never heard of Maestro before. If you lose the card or it's stolen there is a 10 dollar replacement fee. You also get charged a 1.50 transaction fee if you withdraw from the account more than once per pay period. We have been told if we don't want to participate then we must quit or be fired. To get our pay stubs we must go into the companies computer system and print out our pay stubs. There are also these weird checks that comcheck provides where you can call an 800 number each pay day and enter in your pin number and your credit card number and the 15 digit check number. This will activate the check and you can then find out what your account balance is from your pay-stub or calling and 800 number and then write the amount of the card balance on the check and cash it. I think this is complicated and a pain in the ass. I would much rather have direct deposit or a paycheck. My dad says the company is doing it to gather interest on my wages before I withdraw them. He says I should contact the labor board and see if I can file a complaint. Does anyone else work for a company that only pays you like this?