Here's a good 'un. I have not been paid now, for two months in a row. This is due to no fault of my own or my PSAO or AO. I have heard the term "FORGE" (or something like) muttered darkly, and I believe that this is now being resolved. However, because of this I have run into significant financial issues. Since I am currently seeking interesting employment I depend on the money I pick up with the TA to keep me ticking over, which it does. But the amount I am waiting on is in the region of Â£1200, and should have been paid in Oct. Because I have not recieved it, interest payments on other things have crept up, direct debits have been scrapped through, and my personal debt (accrued SOLELY through my time at Uni) has now begun to get a little unmanageable. As an Officer I would never dream of bouncing a cheque, and of course understand fully the consequences of so doing. But what if a cheque were to bounce because somebody else failed in their duty to me? The essence of this question is this - what sort of comeback do I have here? Could I, for example, reasonably take the MOD up on an industrial tibunal to recover money I have lost through not receiving this pay? Further, has anyone else suffered with this? Exactly what the hell is going on? As I also undestand it an entire COMPANY of my Regt has also failed to recieve theirs. No civilian company could get away with this. For one thing, if you don't like the terms of your employment, or the way you get treated you can always seek a position elsewhere. Unfortunately the MOD has something of a monopoly on serving in the British Army, be it full or part time, such that quitting in protest amounts to cutting off your nose to spite your face. Anyway, any ideas? Anyone else with a similar story? I refuse to let this go without a fight.