<BLOCKQUOTE><font size="1" face="Verdana, Arial">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by ree812:
Does what you said earlier to me apply to me even though I will not be taking any documents from my former employer? I will be counting the characters on the each page and running that against their invoices sent out.<HR></BLOCKQUOTE>
Okay, as long as all documentation is in the possession, custody or control of someone else, you will be fine. Be aware, because of what you are contemplating, you will be involved in a lot of litigation as a witness, or even as a defendant, between or involved with, the major players in your scenario. Don't think it's all going to be skittles and beer. The money may not be worth the trouble. You may want to re-think your position in this, and merely report the fraud, in your capacity as a whistleblower, to an outside agency. At least under the Whistleblower laws, you'll be somewhat protected. But, when you start profiting from their fraud, you open yourself up.
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