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engaging in fraudent activity: Define pls

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1 engaging in fraudent activity: Define pls on Tue Sep 25, 2012 9:38 pm

good_intention


Arresto Menor
Hello everyone,

I cant say I was accused of fraud. Kasi nangyari po, sa sales acct ako s BPO. May system kami na dapat walang access ang mga ahente. Sa system na yun pwede kang mag approve ng mga declined applicant (customer) Yung system n yun ibang dept (Dept A) lang dapat ang may access. Ngayon, wala pong nakakaalam n mga manager sa floor namin na may access pala ang agent. Ngayon dahil po dun may mga agents na nakakagawa ng fraud imbes na tawagan ang Dept A. pero dahil amy access kaming agent nakakapag aprub kami. Ngayon, dati hdne ko sya alam, then one time sinabi ko sa TL ko verbal na baka may anomally na nagaganap sa ofc sabi nya wala tayong evidence. Ngayon dahil dun naisip ko na gumawa ng inestigation, i udenrstand i hve no in any rigths to conduct such investigation. Ngayon, yung investigation ko nagbunga, kasi naprove ko na meron nga at yun nga eh yung system na yun. Nakapag close ako ng sale dahil dun pero inaamin ko hden ko sianbi sa tl ko agad kc naghahanap pa ko ng ibnag evidence eh, saka hnde ko akalain na yung nagkakaisa-isang ebnta na yun eh mahuhuli pa. Nahuli ako after 10 days ng client, (w/c is yung iba na sang damakmak mag approve eh hnde nahuhuli, bakit ako, kundi nmn tlg ako mamalasin o karma? haha) nway. Nahuli ako ng Client namin onshore, sabi bkt daw ako nakapag generate ng sale sa declined, Investigate daw. Ngayon, nag coaching kami, sinabi ko na lahat. Pero nxt day nabigyan ako ng memo, explain daw at suspend ako until sept 26 but hearing sa sept 18. Ngayon nun 18th, inexplain ko na good intention nmn yung akin never ko sya inisip na gawin ulet at para mataasin ang benta ko at magkacommission (80/sale, cheap db?)nway, inamin ko na ginawa but w/ good intention. sabi ko gsto ko lng maging maayus ang proceso sa ofc.

3 yrs na po ako sa Nov 2012, 1st time po ako nagkaron ng ganitong issue. Sinabi ko sa tl ko at employee relation namin na ipull out lahat ng benta ko at nag iisa lng yun "act na yun.

nabigyan ako gn option mag resign, pero bnawi ko kasi iw as expecting in good faith mabibigyan ako ng ibang option pero ang ending Termination sya. i have principle, bakit ako mgareresign eh maganda nmn ang intensyon ko. oo ginawa ko pero hden ko na inulet, naunahan lng ako.

sa Code of conduct namin, sabi Dishonest, engaging in fraudent activity, pero it applies to all employees. Sabi dun, fraud daw yung pag clock in sa ibang tao, sabihin na may sakit ka pero wala nman, then gumawa ng fraud na makakataas ng metrics mo. Yun lang po ang tanging nakita ko na pwedeng mag apply sa case ko. Pero kung once ko lng gnwa at may intensyon ako na maganda coutned po ba yun? at hinde ba harsh yung termination instead na lipat nlng ako ng acct? or wala nmn sinabi yung onshore manager na iterm ako eh, sabi investigate lng. 15 days suspension is not enough? Or whatever sanction?

Para po sa akin vague yung case nila sa nangyari sa akin. Tenureship and history ko po hdne ba counted? and my good intention?

May laban po ba ko? I signe dthe termination letter po. Kasi sabi sa NLRC, hden ko daw po pwedeng unahan, kaya hinayaan ko nlng at higit sa lahat nasira na pangalan ko pati kabuhayan ko.

Salamat po.

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2 Re: engaging in fraudent activity: Define pls on Thu Sep 27, 2012 10:20 pm

attyLLL


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got your email. it is very hard to prove lack of fraudulent intent when the act is fraudulent in itself. if i were to bet, i'm afraid i would side with your employer


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