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Old January 10th, 2019, 08:32 PM #11
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I don't mean to borrow trouble; but I hope this is not just some way to slow these kinds of requests as people in my situation realize they can apply for a CCW, and there are a lot of us.
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Old January 10th, 2019, 08:34 PM #12
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How are the two highlighted issues even relevant to one another? I assume the G&S is for the former? If the G&S is dependent on your employment, doesn't your employer have to write and ask you get the permit? If so, then they'd probably give you 3 & 4 on list.
Oh - and my company did provide a letter stating I have the clearances, etc, etc.

Even more remarkable; I have a co-worker that applied for his CCW using the same paperwork and he was approved. No additional paperwork was required.
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So I guess what I will do is talk to my boss about the Articles of Incorporation (which I am sure is no big deal) and see what is considered legal proof of existence of the company. I will then very politely ask if that will suffice. He can only say no. I don't even know if we use "deposit slips"; it is possible everything is done electronically.
Whatever state incorporated in, lets assume Maryland.. you can get the proof you need online. https://egov.maryland.gov/BusinessExpress/EntitySearch
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Well thanks - I am not sure there is really any good advice or remedy for this.
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Don't you think they want your deposit slips and not those of the company?


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I think it should be a great concern that MSP can ask for ANY documentation about your employer, to include sensitive financial records, no matter how difficult to obtain, when it really has nothing to to with "Assumed Risk".
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Depending on who you are dealing with at MSP, they may be trying to help you, but not clearly communicating. Shoot me a private message, and I can give you more details. The investigator I worked with at MSP was very fair and very helpful.
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Whatever state incorporated in, lets assume Maryland.. you can get the proof you need online. https://egov.maryland.gov/BusinessExpress/EntitySearch
Thatís what I was going to post.

I canít believe they canít do this.

Maybe when you apply you should ask them to prove theyíre a police officer.
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Back during the days of the 365 , they weren't all Police Ofc , some were Contract Investigators .
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That’s what I was going to post.

I can’t believe they can’t do this.

Maybe when you apply you should ask them to prove they’re a police officer.
That's true - how do I know the guy was not an impersonator

Yeah - the company was incorporated out of state but I was able to find what I needed. As for the deposit slips and bank statements ... well that's a whole other thing.
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