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Tampering Receipts

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1 Tampering Receipts on Sat Jun 10, 2017 3:30 pm

pinoylawyerisabel


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My company has just sent me a notice regarding fraudulent allegations on 1) official receipt tampering (different values on original and duplicate), and 2) claiming mobile units that are different from the receipt submitted.

Background: It was noticed that several ORs on my claims for the period were of my handwriting. I admitted because it's the truth. Several establishments do not know how to properly fill up the ORs and the company has been stringent to the details. They want the details complete and with no erasures, otherwise, we are questioned.

The ORs with different values on original and duplicate are also of my deed. The value on the original was higher because I am allotted a budget and I try to claim that. The same for the mobile phone allowance, that is why I sent an OR to meet the allowance amount, but later on clarified to company that one item on the OR was not a mobile phone, and submitted receipt that is of the same value to budget for claims.

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2 Re: Tampering Receipts on Sat Jun 10, 2017 4:09 pm

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And your question is?

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3 Re: Tampering Receipts on Sat Jun 10, 2017 4:21 pm

pinoylawyerisabel


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Can I still defend myself in this scenario?

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4 Re: Tampering Receipts on Sat Jun 10, 2017 7:01 pm

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Sorry, that is still fraud, regardless of the intent.

Best option is to admit the act and explain the reasons behind it very well.

And hope the company does not terminate your employment.

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