Get it in Writing

Get it in Writing

get it in writing

How many of you have been called by the CSLB or were able to speak to a “classification deputy” or application technician and were told (over the phone) that you needed to provide certain information or documentation?

Get it in Writing

If you were told to provide information or documentation (over the phone), I suggest you require them to put it in a letter and mail the request to you.

Get it in Writing

I was told by an applicant today that he was asked to provide his web address. That’s right, his web address. What could they possibly want that for? They won’t accept pictures or your work, or affidavit’s from clients, customers, or co-workers. So why would they want to look at your website. If anything can be fabricated… it’s a website!

Get it in Writing

Why does the CSLB prefer to make these ridiculous requests over the phone? Deniability! “Oh, we never said that!” If you get it in writing, they can’t deny it. If they refuse to send their requests in writing, they don’t have the right to ask in the first place.

Get it in Writing

The CSLB is so bent on documentation they should play the same game their forcing everyone else to play. You want my web address? Send me a written request. Don’t let them make the rules. You paid your application fee, and there is nothing in the rule book that says you can’t ask for what you want, and nothing in the rule book that says they can’t put their requests in writing.

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