The nutty thing is, when I called Dunn & Bradstreet to ask how to report large corporations that are slow pay, they said, "we have several products we can sell you that would allow you to report-". So big companies don't pay which makes it hard for me to pay other big companies, that in turn report me to D&B for being a slow pay. But I can't report the large corporation for not paying to D&B because I don't have any money to pay D&B. Its just kinda wacky.
Ok - where is your spy cam? We are dealing with just such a situation in our "negotiations" with our big company client. Thanks for the laugh while we squeeze the $$$ waiting for our invoices to be paid!
This happens to my brother all the time. He is an engineer that works by contract with refineries and plants. They often do not pay him, making him submit bills over and over, then once they delayed so long that they had changed the billing format and he had to reapply to the company to get them to reissue purchase orders they had already approved. Then he has to wait days or even weeks after cashing the checks to get his bank to let him have any of the money. Stupid freaking banks!