FLORIDA SCHOOL DISTRICT GETS $300k REFUND FROM OFFICE DEPOT

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FLORIDA SCHOOL DISTRICT GETS $300k REFUND FROM OFFICE DEPOT

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    FLORIDA SCHOOL DISTRICT GETS $300k
    REFUND FROM OFFICE DEPOT

    Lee County Schools get refund from Office Depot
    FORT MYERS, Fla. – The Lee County School District is the
    latest Southwest Florida government agency to ask for money back from
    Office Depot.Superintendent Dr. James Browder says the district found
    cases of overcharging in their office supply contract with the
    company.Last week, the district received a refund check for $297,000 in a
    refund; and Browder says they’ve sent letters to the company saying
    they won’t continue to do business with them.

    Browder also
    thanked David Sherwin, a Fort Myers man who first leveled the
    accusations against his former employer, Office Depot.”(Sherwin) has
    helped many districts in the United States recover money that, had it
    not been made public, never would have gotten,” Browder said.”This is
    money on the backs of children, that to me, is despicable. You don’t
    take advantage of children,” said school board member Bob Chilmonik.Lee
    County and the Collier County School District have also received refunds
    from Office Depot from alleged overcharging.