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Can California Employers Owe Penalties for Late Paychecks?

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I work in California and my paycheck is late - what to do....

Not paid wages on time - late pay check - California

(This unpaid wages post was updated - October 22, 2018)

What Can I Do if the Company Doesn't Pay Me on Time?

California labor laws require most workers to be paid at least twice per month. California law also dictates that you should be paid on time and be paid the full amount that you are owed each payday. But what happens if your employer makes you wait for your paycheck? What can you do about that?

Turns out, there is a lot that can be done.  California has some of the strongest worker protection laws in the United States. How do I know this?  I helped make these laws. I represented the workers in what many people believe is the biggest and most important wage protection case by the California Supreme Court  - Brinker vs. Superior Court -  and I wrote winning briefs in other recent California Supreme Court decisions - Augustus vs. ABM and Williams vs. Superior Court. I helped draft recent changes to the California Labor Code that help protect your wages. I regularly testify before the California State Senate and California Assembly on unpaid wages legislation.

I'm not telling you this to brag, but so you'll know two things. First, that I an authority on this area of the law and that I know what I'm talking about. Second, so you'll know that my heart is with you - workers that haven't been paid what  you are owed.

The reason why California law protects you is that the Courts know what it's like to not be paid on time. The California Supreme Court realizes how tough it is when you can't make your rent or put food table because you weren't paid what you're owed on time.  When this happens, the law helps you get tough on the company that didn't pay you. That's when California's strong worker protection laws come in. And, that's where I come in - I help folks get paid the money they are owed.


California Workers Can Collect Penalties for Late Paychecks

Under most circumstances, you may be entitled to penalties if you're paid late.

Regular Pay

If your employer does not have a valid reason for withholding your pay, the company may be liable for a penalty of $100 for the first violation and an additional $200 penalty for each subsequent violation under Labor Code section 210. The employer may also be ordered to pay an additional 25% of the amount that has been withheld from you based on the circumstances. Even if the employee and employer disagree about the amount of wages that are owed, the employer must pay the full amount of undisputed wages on time to avoid penalties.

Overtime pay.

Unlike regular pay, there is a grace period for the payment of overtime wages. If your overtime hours are not included in the paycheck for the period in which they were earned, they must be paid no later than the next regular paycheck.

Final Paychecks

The penalties for failing to pay an employee his or her final paycheck are much steeper than those of regular paychecks. Also called waiting time penalties, these could amount to 30 full days of pay if the check is late. As a result, most companies issue a final paycheck to workers on their last day of employment or within three days of the employee’s final shift.


Employers may have valid defenses in some cases where pay is late. For instance, if the employee failed to provide the employer with a correct address, the late payment is not the fault of the employer. There are also exceptions for employees who earn executive salaries or work on commission. For all other employees, the rules and penalties for late paychecks are as follows:

Some Quick Examples:

Paycheck is late

Marisa works in a warehouse.  She was supposed to be paid last Friday. Her paycheck is 5 days late.

California State law established detailed requirements concerning the payment of wages - including the time, place and manner of paying you your wages. Wages earned by California employees must be paid precisely in accordance with the California Labor Code provisions. This is a violation of California Labor Code Section 204 - which requires that minimum wages and overtime compensation be paid promptly on your regular payday.

As the California Supreme Court stated in Kerr's Catering Service v. Department of Industrial Relations, “California courts have recognized the public policy in favor of full and  prompt payment of wages due an employee.”

When you're not paid your wages on time, you can't pay your bills.  The pressure can be unbearable.

The California Supreme court gets it - they upheld the penalty wage law by stating "Delay of payment or loss of wages results in deprivation of the necessities of life, suffering inability to meet just obligations to others..."

In addition, this is also a PAGA violation. You may recover $100 per employee for the initial violation and $200 per employee for all subsequent violations (please see below for more on PAGA violations).


Not paid final wages on time

Chuck works for a rental car company. The company illegally calculated and paid the overtime rate on the bonuses and incentives to Chuck and the other workers. Including the bonuses and incentives, Chuck averaged making $840 a week and he worked 5 days a week.

Chuck stopped working for the company. It is six months later and the company still hasn't paid Chuck.

Based on these facts, the company owed Chuck to the unpaid overtime on the bonuses and incentives. In addition, the rental car company owes Chuck for 30 days of waiting time penalties. Which is 30 days of wages.

$840 divided by 5 days = $168

$169 x 30 days = $5,040

Thus, the rental car company owes Chuck $5,040 in waiting time penalties.

This is just one example, you are also entitled to waiting time penalties if you don't receive legally compliant meal breaks, work off the clock or don't get paid overtime correctly.

No guarantees in life or law

You need to understand there are no guarantees in life or law. Every case is different. Past successes in cases don’t guarantee success in your case and/or future cases. As always you should consult with a seasoned honest wage theft lawyer. Nothing in this Newsletter should be construed as legal advice.


Private Attorneys General Act Violations

Under the Private Attorneys General Act (PAGA) your employer may also be liable for very substantial PAGA penalties for failing to pay you your wages on time. Under PAGA for an initial violation is $100 per employee per pay period, and the penalty for each subsequent violation is $200 per employee per pay period.  The penalty is awarded against the employer.

A PAGA lawsuit is similar to a class action lawsuit because it is a collective action for all employees 

California’s Private Attorneys General Act (PAGA) allow California employees to act as a private attorney general in order to represent the State of California against the company in order to enforce California Labor laws. The PAGA laws are extremely important, today, to protect California workers.

PAGA actions are designed to protect employees and penalize employers for illegal conduct  

A PAGA lawsuit is an enforcement action, with the aggrieved employee acting as a Private Attorney General to collect penalties from employers who violate California unpaid wage laws. A PAGA action is a law enforcement action designed to protect the public and penalize employers for past illegal conduct. PAGA penalties are discretionary.  

The PAGA penalties that you are owed for your employer failing to pay you can add up fast  

For the PAGA enforcement penalties that are recovered, 75% goes to the State of California and 25% go to you, “aggrieved employees.”  

Under PAGA for an initial violation is $100 per employee per pay period, and the penalty for each subsequent violation is $200 per employee per pay period.  The penalty is awarded against the employer.

Thus, for each initial violation, you may be entitled to $25 for each violation per pay period and $50 for each subsequent violation per pay period.  


Who is Bill Turley?

Bill Turley helped write then new PAGA laws

It is important that you make sure the lawyer that you hire is an expert in the area of law that you hire them for. I helped write the new PAGA laws. Bill is the lawyer that is regularly asked to testify before the California State Assembly and California State Senate on unpaid wages legislation.

Bill Turley testyfing at the California Senate PAGA Hearing


Bill Turley was the workers lawyer in the most important California Supreme Court case - Brinker vs. Superior Court

Many lawyers say that the Brinker California Supreme Court case is the most important California Supreme Court for California unpaid wages law. In the Brinker case the California Supreme Court.  The Brinker case  is the historic case that gave workers like you powerful rights to meal breaks and rest breaks in California.

Bill also wrote the winning supreme cout briefs in the Augustus vs. ABM California Supreme Court case (extending the same duties employers have to provide meal breaks to rest breaks) and the Williams vs. Superior Court California Supreme Court case (allowing employees the right to obtain the contact information for other employees in PAGA and unpaid wages class action cases).

Bill testyfing at California Assembly - PAGA - what you should do when you aren't paid your wages

Bill Turley testifying on wage theft at the California legislature  

Bill Turley is known for Being a Straight Shooter

This is why Bill Turley is continually asked to go to Sacramento in order to work on wage theft issues with the California State Assembly, California State Senate, the State of California Labor Commissioner’s Office, and the California Attorney General’s office. Bill is known for telling it like it is. They know he will tell it the way it is.

Bill doesn't work for any of these government organizations. He only works for you. But all of these government organization turn to Bill when they need advice on unpaid wages law.


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Have a question about how to get the wages that you are owed? 

Post a question here and we will get right back to you. We realize the stress and problems that are caused when you're not paid on time and/or when you're paid late. We can help.

William Turley
“When I seek out professional advice, I don’t want B.S., I want it straight up. I figure you do also.”
My job was supposed to pay me for 3 weeks but only paid me part of one week its been 2 weeks are thet suppose to pay me any penalty fees, or any overdraft fee on my account?
Posted by Gracy on October 10, 2018 at 07:17 AM
Can my employer refuse to pay me if I forgot to clock in for my shift?
Posted by Jamie S on September 26, 2018 at 07:12 PM
State of California I work a few days out of the week and didn’t get paid for 2 of the days before the pay period ended What can u do?
Posted by Antrell Brown on September 14, 2018 at 10:27 AM
I transferred from Texas to California and I've worked almost four weeks and my employer has failed to send me a check for the hours and commission I've earned. The first check was supposed to be mailed to my job but payroll never sent it. So far, I've gone for almost four weeks without getting paid and my company pays me every week. What are the penalties for my employer being irresponsible?
Posted by I'll rather not say! on May 28, 2018 at 05:41 AM
Late last year my employer (a large corporation) communicated to a handful of CA employees in my department that we were incorrectly classified as salary employees and would be reclassified to an hourly employee because our role/title did not meet the requirements of a salaried employee. We were told we would be recieving backpay for OT hours for a portion of the time that we were classified as salary but should have been hourly. We were then told there was no way to determine how many OT hours might have been worked since our hours were never recorded (clock in or clock out) since that was not required as a salaried employee. So we were asked (or told) by management that the average based on the normal work load would likely be about 2 hours a day and likely only during the busy season of work. Which is about 4-6 months but they determined it to only be 3 months. They said they would be using that to determine the amount of back pay hrs. Today we were sent an ‘acknowledgment of receipt of wages, release and waiver’ and asked to sign it in order for HR to begin the backpay process. The problem is that the form basically indicates that once it is signed we agree that no other legal action can be taken and it also says that we (I) agree the reported hours are accurate. Any help with what I should or shouldn’t do? The form seems like perhaps the company knows they are not correctly paying out the backpay but they just want to be done with it.
Posted by Jon Lopez on April 9, 2018 at 06:56 PM
If my company doesn't put my direct deposit in on time and I accrue overdraft charges, is the company respinsible for these charges? Payday was today, HR said it might not be issues until tomorrow. My pay warrent has already been provided.
Posted by Candace on February 15, 2018 at 11:05 PM
Last Monday morning my employer deposited over $1500 into my account. They then sent an email saying I was overpaid and that ADT was going to debit the entire deposit and redepost the correct amount of just over $600. They took back the 1500 but I am still waiting for the pay that is due me a week later. Is the company supposed to pay a penalty for this?
Posted by Don Sperline on February 11, 2018 at 06:30 PM
if our pay checks come in and our boss has that certain day off and doesnt give us our checks until his next day that he has to come to work is it considered late ?
Posted by leslie on February 1, 2018 at 02:38 AM
Do I still count the days the employer mail my check for late penalties
Posted by Janet Randolph on January 6, 2018 at 03:08 PM
If my company doesn't put my direct deposit in on time and I accrue overdraft charges, along with late fee from bills that should be paid, is the company responsible for that?
Posted by Shenee Collins on January 5, 2018 at 11:31 AM
Hi, My name is Yesenia and Im 16 years old. I have a question that I really want to know about. Like what to do? ... Okay so, I am currently working at a fast food restaurant but when I first entered The managers told me to fill up paper work but since I dont have a computer at home I asked if I could use theirs and the Manager was fine with it. Ofcourse, as I bearly started working I asked for help on 2 of my forms... which one included the W' Form... The manager wasnt aware of it as he said he had never seen that before.... (Which is weird to me If his manager?...right) ... so what he does is Call The other manager and He reads aloud what the paper says over the phone to the manager telling her what to put on Total number of allowences and She says "What? what you mean"(sounding as if she was distracted) and so the manager with me Reads aloud again and she says "Uhm I dont know just tell her to put 0" And so He does as what he says and Im done with paper work right, expecting to get my paycheck, comfortable with the fact that theres nothing wrong since the managers helped me.... Finally pay day comes but .... Turns out my paycheck was Non-negotiable ... ofcourse Im like "Whaaaaat?" ... so I ask the managers about why it had came to me like that... and turns out that Supposively I had put and gaven the government the right to take away $1,000 out of my check.... (which is not even what I earn anyways)... So im totally confused and I explained to them that It wasnt me who had put that Since I had asked for help from the managers and I told them That I only wanted my pay check!! and well for the to fix that so my next pay check wont come out like the first one.... Its been a week already and they still havent paid me my first check.... what should I do? I just want for them to fix that and My first pay check!
Posted by Yesenia Hernandez on January 4, 2018 at 09:53 AM
I am a full time employee at a maintenance company. I am paid bi-weekly. I have my paychecks direct deposited into my back account. My second check in December was not approved even though I turned in my hours. My employer admitted it was their oversight. They approved my time and will send me a physical check, but when the check arrives it will be 6-7 days after the date I was supposed to get paid. This has caused my bank account to be overdrawn because of bills scheduled to be automatically paid. What are my rights as an employee?
Posted by Andrew on January 3, 2018 at 01:11 AM
I started my job on 11/30 thry stated that we will get paid 12/08 for that day and the following day. When the 8th came around people that i had started with only recieved a 3 hour check when we worked almost 13 hours. I however didnt recieve a check at all. They had me fill out a correction form which i was fine with and they said they added the hours that it would be over nighted. It was not. I figured it would be on the next check again it wasnt and that check was 3 hours short. We are going on 2 weeks now waiting on that check and i have emailed HR to fix this and shes making it seem like it i put the wrong address and that it was sent to my old address. I then went into the employee portal to check the amount of the check that was supposably issued and mailed to my old address and there was nothing there. What can i do. I am lost and just want whats owed to me people have quit because of this because they werent laid correctly or not at all and they still havent recieved their owed amounts which is why i havemt quit yet. What can i do?
Posted by Samantha Moore on December 20, 2017 at 08:32 PM
I am currently working at a security company who is late paying people checks, then acts as if we need to jump through hoops just to get our checks late. He also has done this to other co workers before, so it seems like a pattern. What can i do?
Posted by Antonio Olivera on December 12, 2017 at 10:41 AM
I was terminated after I confronted my employer about not giving me my pay stubs (even upon request) not paying me on time (making me chase my check with an one excuse or another) and making me violate health safety standards daily. I was their model employee, many members to validate that. I am being targeted, it's a personal vendetta against me.
Posted by Julie Ann on December 2, 2017 at 06:08 PM
My employer did not calculate my hours correctly, I am missing a few hours on my check. How that is possible I do not know, but I have already been paid for that pay period. What are my rights for that? They stated that I would be paid for those hours the following pay period. Is that right? Thank You
Posted by Jay on October 27, 2017 at 11:18 PM
Hi my name is jake, I recently started working for a new employer, within my same union. The company is now a week late with my paycheck , everyday they have come up with another reason why they haven't payed me (problems with direct deposit/ wrong mailing address , etc. I have proof that they received all of the correct information above although they have claimed that the issue was on my end. All of my coworkers have been paid on time including people that were hired the same date as me. I want to know if there is anything I can do .
Posted by Jake Flores on October 18, 2017 at 08:22 PM
Hello. I was hired as a Permanent -intermittent - on call Dental Hygienist -for Sac County in March last year. On Friday Sept 29th I was laid off , informed my help is no longer needed. I was instructed to call HR to close out my accounts and receive final check. When calling HR I was informed that the earliest they would have my check is the following Friday ( normal payday ) Oct 6th. I was told that HR would deliver my check to me at the post office.at 5pm. If I was not there she would mail my check to me. I arrived 15 mins early. And waited 45 mins. HR never showed up. I called HR before I left. No answer. No call back. On Monday. Tuesday. No check in mail. I called HR manager to find out where my check is. No answer. No callback. On weds/Thursday Oct 11/12 I contacted the union steward. Even though I am not covered under the union as a intermittent permanent employee. I wanted answers and It’s been almost two weeks since they decided to lay me off and I Still have no final check ! Friday 10/13/17 I had no check. But was promised I would have it by 5pm. I have not received a paycheck for a month now. not received my final paycheck for Two weeks , a week past my normal payday. Starting the day I was let go. I was in contact with HR/HR manager/EDD/Union rep/ Union Steward. I never heard back from anyone .. except the union Steward. No one has answers. What do I do ? Please help! Thank you !! Sincerely , Kendra
Posted by Kendra on October 14, 2017 at 02:05 PM
I started my new job on 8/14. I worked full 40 hours a week with 2 days of overtime. I didn't recieve my pay check on 8/24. They told me something in the system was messed up so I would get paid for my first two weeks on my pay check on 9/15. I didn't receive my first two weeks pay. I called payroll and after a lot of talking they said that my start date in the system was on 8/24. I told them I have proof I started on 8/14. So they said they will figure it out. It's not 10/01 and I haven't received my first two weeks pay. I filed a claim with the labor board. I don't know if I need to do anything else.
Posted by Alexandra Hernandez on October 1, 2017 at 10:29 PM
I was supposed to be payed friday by 2pm. Nobody recieved their pay by 2pm. Alot of people got paid the following morning. I still have not received my check and it is Monday. What do I do? Do they owe me additional compensation for having to wait so long?
Posted by Rachel Michaud on October 1, 2017 at 12:36 PM
I quit my job on Thursday at ufc gym it is now Monday I received my normal check on Saturday but they didn't give me my last weeks pay with it it's now 24 hours past the 72 hour law what should I do
Posted by Steven walton on September 26, 2017 at 12:01 AM
This is happening now right to me and my coworker's how do I report them? What can I do to get action ?
Posted by Andre' Mayo on September 22, 2017 at 02:49 PM
Hello my name is Alicia I work in Napa Valley California and believe that my boss or payroll have been taking my breaks off when IAM not actually taking breaks and are not paying me my overtime correct for the hours worked I asked them why they were illegally taking my money they tried to fire me I really need help with this situation please contact me at 7076814542
Posted by Alicia ARAGON on September 19, 2017 at 09:45 PM
We have been told that paydays are the 15th and the 30th. I have direct deposit. Today is the 15th. I have no deposit. This is the 2nd time this has happened. The first time when I contacted my employer about it, they accused my bank of being the problem so this time I did not contact them. However I'm pretty sure I will have bounced check fees. How should I handle this?
Posted by MM on September 15, 2017 at 10:14 PM
I currently work for a private 1st-12th school. We get biweekly paychecks, which we receive on the 16th and 1st of every month. My first day back at work was august 7th. My employer failed to give us our first pay check on the 16th of august. We are getting our very first paycheck on the 1st of September now for the August 16-31st I worked. What is the law regarding not receiving the first paycheck when I worked from the 7th till the 15th of august? My employer is stating that they are going to pro-rate my check since I only worked august 7th-15th although the first day back to work was the 7th. (I am also a salaried employee in California)
Posted by Mb on September 15, 2017 at 12:23 AM
Hello, I have a question if my scheduled pay date is every week on a Saturday but I don't receive my check until the following week on a Monday or Tuesday what can I do about this late payment situation? because I have bills that need to be played on time? And what penalties should be granted to me???
Posted by Marquis on September 14, 2017 at 06:39 PM
My pay date is today, owner saif it might be in my account tommorrow or not ?? Is their a penalty she needs to pay ?
Posted by Cristal Robles on September 5, 2017 at 03:47 PM
My husband had an accident at work and he filed a work comp claim. Right now he is not working , and the work comp claim is going through the process . He got injured two weeks ago, and 2 days ago was his lay day at work , however he did not receive his pay check for the hours he worked the week he got injured . We feel it's for discriminatory reasons , they said they needed to figure his hours out when he called them to ask about the check . They had two weeks to do that. He is salary , so it's not rocket science , and they have the time of the day when the accident happened . I don't know if I should go through work comp attorney or file a claim with the labor board . They have made this whole process a nightmare . It took them a week to report the accident , which they tried to lie about , but we have evidence , especially since he was taken to the hospital in an ambulance from his work . Thank you I appreciate your time .
Posted by Melissa on September 3, 2017 at 12:46 PM
I recieved an 87 dollar check last check. I was missing 8 hrs and on top of that i was missing my vacation pay. Which shouldve been giving to me on august 4ths paycheck because i sent my boss the sheet on july 26th. A week and a half in advance. What can i do regarding this? Cant they get a penalty? My boss just said sorry that he forgot. Do i pay for his mistake or do they pay me for his mistake?
Posted by Edgar Perez on August 20, 2017 at 08:43 PM
Has anyone ever contacted you about the company SoCal Naturals? They owe at least ten employees months of pay, totaling over thousands of dollars. Us employees are trying to group together but don't know what is the most effective thing to do. We are all technically independent contractors too, which I'm sure makes it more difficult
Posted by L. Math on August 16, 2017 at 11:53 PM
Hello. I gave my employer a 2 weeks notice. And my last shift was on thursday, its now tuesday. 5 days later. Am i owed any pay for my final check being late. I woek in California.
Posted by rinnell on August 15, 2017 at 08:21 PM
How soon after job completion is an employer required to pay? What are the applicable state and federal statutes?
Posted by John Clefstad on August 12, 2017 at 10:33 PM
I was given a raise on 6/11/17. From $11.93 to 12.93 for being a temp manager for 2 month. I didn't get paid those 2 month with raise. I got paid $11.93 hourly. Which isn't right. My store manager contacted HR. They keep saying they need more info but he has given them all the info to them. It's been 4-5 paychecks without the raise. What should I do?
Posted by Jose Lizaola on August 8, 2017 at 08:48 PM
Home Depot lost my paycheck over a month ago. All 3 attempts at asking for assistance from HR Attachment & Assistant Store Mgr have not only failed but have been blatantly ignored - the only contact is the management wanting more. Is there a point to filing a claim? How much retaliation is going to come from the company?
Posted by Tom H. on July 30, 2017 at 01:25 AM
i was suspended with pay pending an investigation at usc verdugo hills hospital on the 7/13. However i was only paid for one day of that pay period. i was told if i didnt resigning they would go after my license. So i signed a letter to resign effective 8/21 and they agreed to pay me until that date. What are my options.
Posted by Leo Aguinigs on July 28, 2017 at 03:14 AM
Hey there! I was told I was being given a raise from $20 to $23 dollars an hour starting July 1st, meaning July 1-15th I was earning a higher wage - this pay is given on our paycheck that comes on the 23rd of the month. But apparently there was a glitch and when I received my check it did not include the raise. I told my boss and he said it was a mistake and he'd look into it. But has yet to get me my money owed. What do I do? I don't want to wait for this money. Am I owed more money because the check is late? Any insights would be greatly appreciated!
Posted by Stephanie on July 22, 2017 at 11:59 PM
William, I am a travel RN for USSI Staffing currently contracted to BMH since 08/08/2016 until June ?? 2017. There was a period of 4 weeks that I did not receive my pay because I refused to go to my hotel after a shift, log onto public wifi and waste time re-entering my hrs for a third party vendor that does payroll for supplemental staff at BMH. I finally went to the Labor Commissioner and was paid very quickly afterwards. I am pd on a weekly basis and this past week I took a screen shot of my time punches and emailed them to my recruiter (our solution to me not doing someone else;s job as well as my job). I had to appear in court the day before pay is direct deposited into my account so my phone was turned off, but my hrs were submitted,. When I was able to turn on my phone I learned that they wanted a pic of my personal screen that showed my name with the hrs I kindly obliged them but they said it was too late to get my money and would have to wait until Monday. There is no way that screen shot could have been anyone's acct but mine because they are password protected. My feeling is they still have a burr up their butt about getting in trouble for attempting to "teach me a lesson" and could have issued the direct deposit and requested the more complete screen shot later that day. They also used the excuse that they had missed the cutoff line for wire transfers. I have been exceedingly generous with these clowns and not had them fined nor have I tried to collect for all the mandatory 10 breaks I don't get (I could count on one hand the 10min breaks I've received since I started in 08/2017 to current) . I work 12hr shifts and only go on 1 30min break (unpaid) for lunch per shift. This is making it difficult to pay my bills and aside from the breaks how can I keep them from making these types of retaliatory acts a regular occurrence?
Posted by Carolynn Montgomery on April 30, 2017 at 05:03 PM
Hello I recently worked for subway on may 15 then 3 weeks later I couldn't work there no more dur to me moving so I let my boss at subway know 1 week prior yo me leaving that I was moving from county's so I asked for my check he said it would be ready Friday but it wasn't so I moved 300 miles away and then I called about my check he said bring your shirt in and I will Have your check ready do I did I drove 300 mikes to drop off my shirt and pick up my check but he didn't have my check ready he stated he would mail it so I waiting 1 week no check in the mail I kept calling him he said he would money gram me money or send me a person check due to he supposed shredded my check what should i do
Posted by Christina Rosado on April 27, 2017 at 07:06 PM

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