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A hotelier from A Coruñahas not been able to access a 7,000 euro aid offered by the Xunta de Galicia for a debt of 91 cents. Jacobo, the owner of the tapería ‘O Corno’ is in an extreme situation, having only opened six months in the last year, according to the owner tells NIUS.

This hotelier had two stores in March of last year, but one of them had to close due to the pandemic.

The restaurant that remains can only serve at the table you have on the terrace, “I can only dispatch a maximum of four people on the premises, which can be seated at that single table that I have outside, and then serve at home, “he says in anguish.

This place had four employees, all of them in ERTE since the pandemic began. Meanwhile, Jacobo continues to accumulate debt, and the little income is not enough. “I am hanging by a thread. I hold on because it is the only thing I have left. It is what I know how to do,” says this innkeeper.

“They have not granted me 7,000 euros of aid for having a debt of 91 cents,” explains Jacobo, who assures that he did not know of the existence of this “ridiculous” debt. “I found out that I owed those 91 cents when they denied me (the aid). Apparently it appeared in the Social Security records since 2016. It really is 68 cents of debt, 14 of surcharge and 9 of interest on late payment. I imagine it would be some oversight of the agency, “says this Galician.

Despite the fact that as soon as he found out he paid the debt, for the moment he has not been able to receive the requested help. “They tell me that I would have to go to litigation and that would mean an expense in lawyers. So I’ll have to keep claiming and wait“, the businessman tells NIUS.

The concern for the situation of his employees is continually on Jacobo’s mind, “I have some employees that I love very much, whom I appreciate, but I can’t get them back because the accounts don’t give. And neither could I throw them out because I don’t have to compensate them. How am I going to manage all this? “, Explains the Coruña, who says he does not know how to get out of this anguishing nightmare.

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