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    Default I got someone sacked at a vx dealer

    I got someone sacked for offering to stamp a blank service book at a local dealership, in return for some cash. It now turns out he has a wife who was made redundent 2 months ago, 2 kids, a mortgage and no source of income now

    i was just being honest, cos the guy was in my eyes doing wrong

    but now ive been thinking about it all day and i think mybe ive done wrong.

    If i knew his situation i would have ignored his offer and would not have grassed him up.

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    Only a matter of time before he was caught anyway and hardly your fault he was imbezzling the company. Dunna beat yourself up about it

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    hmmm can see where your coming from mate, some ppl would of done the same as you, but if hes doing stuff like that where HE KNOWS hes putting his job on the line with the situation he in then its his fault really, how were you to know his situation???? how shouldnt be doing stuff like that with his only income to his family even if its for a abit of cash

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    I suppose desperate times desperate measures,Never mind he will now possibly lose his house with no money then the wife will leave him,some peeps don't realise the the knock on effect of losing their job but hey he wanted to take the risk so only he can be blamed.

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    I'm sorry to be blunt but he cooked his own goose mate. Nothing to do with you at all. As said above, if he is in that sort of situation he shouldn't be putting his job on the line like that

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    he was in the wrong,but to grass him up over something as simple as stamping a book!?stealing?being a cowboy ye i would see the point,but a simple stamp in a book i hardly worth going to his boss about it.you never done anything slightly dodgy in your life?

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    Quote Originally Posted by *enery* View Post
    he was in the wrong,but to grass him up over something as simple as stamping a book!?stealing?being a cowboy ye i would see the point,but a simple stamp in a book i hardly worth going to his boss about it.you never done anything slightly dodgy in your life?
    yes i have done thats why i feel so bad

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    well bud,there is nothing that can be done about it now,no point beating yourself up about it now.we all make mistakes at some point,we are only human.you never know how things work out,could be the best thing thats happend to him and he will soon be better of,everthing works out one way or another.

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    Quote Originally Posted by *enery* View Post
    well bud,there is nothing that can be done about it now,no point beating yourself up about it now.we all make mistakes at some point,we are only human.you never know how things work out,could be the best thing thats happend to him and he will soon be better of,everthing works out one way or another.
    ive done far worse than stamping a blank book and ive benifit from it, i grassed him cos i thought the cheek of him to offer the service

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    The problem is if someone were to find out that somebody has signed off the service book when nothing has been done (forged) then that person has rights under civil law to sue the seller (Vauxhall) and will most likely win...therefore Vauxhall loosing money. I would see it as a form of fraud...

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