Quick insite: I work for a Waste to Energy plant. We get around 700tons of MWS (munipcal soild waste) in daily from several different haulers/customers. The MSW is then burned and turned into steam that creates electricity. We bill our hauler/customers on a weekly basis. They get tickets at the scale house that shows gross weight, tare weight, and the net weight. So if there are any issues or discrepanies the drivers can get them taken care of before they leave the plant. Now back to the question I put in the subject line. I get an e-mail today from one of the hauler/customers stating they are disputing some tickets and to please see the attached spreadsheet. I open said spreadsheet to find they are disputing tickets back to January 1, 2010. Are you kidding me? And they are expecting to get a credit of $61,240.00. What company does not look at their invoices? And by the looks of it just about all but maybe 8 tickets are from the same truck. Is the ecomony that bad that companies are trying to find ways to get money back? Now on a side note I have had other haulers call me with ticket issues, but it was always the day after the truck had dumped never after a billing cycle and certianly not almost two years later. Thanks for letting me rant. As this is not something I want to have to deal with going into the weekend. ****So we had the meeting yesterday and after all was said and done we are giving the company credit for any invoices from the last 60 days and that is it. They are not happy at all. There were some of our corporate accounts receiveable people here for the meeting which was a great thing. What I didn't know was this company since the middle of last year has not been paying their bills on time and had racked up a good amount of late charges and intrest charges that we forgave over the months.