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Questions about liabilities on sole proprietorship and estafa

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Arresto Menor
I am a freelancer in a online marketing investing company that is registered as a sole proprietorship under the person who gave me allowances and commissions from referred or recruited clients.. we dont have any contracts signed for the said position and work. My job was assisting clients who submitted their deposit slips under the owner, assist and answer their queries. So happened that the owner was missing and cannot be located and the investors have been pointing to me and my other co freelancers the liabilities because they are thinking that the company is a online scam and the owner ran with their money.. they are planning to file large scale estafa against the owner and us freelancers. Are we liable with this?. Can they file large scale estafa against us eventhough we didn't personally handled the money or signed any documents? What can we do about this? Thank you.. we really need your help..

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