Brandy Crowder Snitched on ComC in Auburn

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Category: Snitches - Cop Callers
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3104 C ST NE, Ste 206
Washington Coronavirus Snitches:

"I would prefer that my name be left out if my company is contacted as I don't want to be known as the whistle blower.The company I work for, ComC operates as an online business selling sports and trading cards (ie baseball cards). The company receives sports and trading cards from hobbyist looking to sell their collections or store their collections. We ship out to customers who purchase these submitted cards up for sale online through our company website and as well as ebay and amazon.The big question is how is an online hobby collector trading and sports cards business considered essential in a time of state and nationwide crisis? We are not providing essential goods (supplies and food) to anyone who orders online. Every item we touch and ship out is purely hobby related. ComC continues to operate despite not providing essential goods or services vital to our community, the nation, and around the world. There are several workers (myself included) who have chosen to follow the Governors orders to shelter in place and self isolate (some due to the high risk category) because we are scared and we feel we are at risk with the fact the warehouse has kept its doors open (deeming themselves essential).Those of use who are sheltering in place and self isolating have been left in employment limbo and are unable to apply for benefits because the company won't release letters of furlough to its employees not working at the moment because its operating as essential.The other few employees that are working are only doing so (as they've explained to me anyhow) because they can't afford to go without pay if they cant apply for benefits with the company still choosing to operate. They are scared but are between a rock and a hard spot. All of us would prefer to remain safe and healthy at home avoiding possible exposure to others and passing it to our families in a time like this.Most of the employees believe that ComC is violating the Governors orders. Again I do wish to remain anonymous if by chance my company is contacted. Thank you very much for taking the time to make this determination." - Brandy Crowder

The aforementioned complaint was filed by Brandy Crowder in Auburn, Washington on Monday March 30, 2020 with No Agency against ComC saying Non-essential business is open. Email address given was kbcooper1012@msn.com and phone number given was 2068903772.

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