My supervisor stood up infront of my team telling that we should not tell about the promotion for QA purposes but we could do some phishing techniques where we could be able to sell. The promotion is about the "Summer13" code(where in fact customers would get 13% discount on every hotel room they 're gonna buy, by that time we(me and my other teammates) were only on our second week nesting(OJT period) so you could really tell that we still do need a lot of learning to do. And since were newbies, everyone of us followed his instructions ofcourse to give some respect since he is our supervisor and no one told us that it is illegal to tell about the promotion(its part of fraud they say),
We did some listening sessions from my calls together with my supervisor, manager and the sales manager,I told them that it was my supervisor who said I could do some phishing techniques, he was asked immediately by the sales manager and he said "yes"--that HE told those things to us, but by that time he's trying not to get part of the situation since he himself knows where it would lead him.
In short, he admitted that he said those things infront the two managers when he was asked to. That's the only thing I have as evidence,other than that I have nothing.
Tomorrow, Sept. 23, 2013, I'll find out about the status of the said case.
scenarios that could happen:
(1)they might say that the case is still ongoing...
(2)they'll just gonna call me back
(3)that they have terminated me without letting me know
If one of these things happened, what would be the best resolution for this? thank you!