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Company Thinks Employee's Being Dishonest With Time Logging, Learns Otherwise

Sometimes, you can find yourself playing by all the rules in the book, and still you end up getting in trouble. In fact, there are cases where people that are bent on enforcing all the rules to an impossibly strict standard (or the rules might just suck to begin with) only end up being their own worst enemies in the end. One can only imagine what kinds of priceless expressions must've been written on the faces of this employee's bosses'. 

A company assumes that an employee's being dishonest about their time logging, and employee proves otherwise.
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Guy Beats Craigslist Scammer At Their Own Game

Man, these incompetent scammers just keep on coming right out of the woodwork. In this case, it sounds like the scammer was in way over their head from the start. On top of that, they'd clearly overplayed their scam to such a point that it was just going to be too easy to rightfully shut them down. Hence, the payment request and what we'd imagine was a very surprised and displeased scammer. 

Guy ends up beating a Craigslist scammer at their own game | r/ProRevenge u/Oregonlost Beat craigslist scammer at his own game. So hunting rental house valentines day weekend and wasn't finding much, so popped into local Craigslist page and found place at decent but very believable price. No contact info or website, so T emailed through Craigslist relay, everything sounds legit up until he asks pay using
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Man Repeatedly Bullies Insurance Company, Loses Everything

Anyone who has ever worked a customer service job will tell you that the gig is already hard enough without the Karens and other rude folks of the world going out of their way to make the day that much worse. This particular jerk sounds like he was going to keep being a toxic, belligerent hassle until someone served him up the reality check he needed. Oh boy, did everything come undone for this guy after that moment. 

Guy continually bullies insurance company, and ends up learning his lesson | r/ProRevenge Join u/draconian1429 NEVER bully insurance company, or lose franchise Hello all. Excuse any poor grammar or spelling on mobile. TLDR at bottom This story comes friend mine, Sarah, and has been building almost 5 years until all came crashing down over last week few things note before get into Sarah works at an insurance company, dealing with massive nationwide delivery company her company
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