Hi Pearl, I work at a university, and several students accused me of fraud in filling out their clinical tracking sheets, this was found to be untrue by the university. Now they are accusing me of forging their signatures. I really thought that I had permission form them for the revisions, during the time this was going on I was going through a separation, a heavy load at work, my car repossessed. I really though I had asked them or persmission. There is no money gain from the situation. Please help me, I made a honest mistake.
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Customer: Well these 3 of the students flunked out the nursing program and not even my class. Their were corrections on their clinical sheets that needed to be corrected for accuracy. I corrected the mistakes, and I thought I asked for the students permission to sign their corrections. The university has found that the clinical sheets are correct. I am always on top of my paperwork. The students had hectic schedules, and I remember saying I was going to obtain verbal permission to sign their forms, now they are saying they never gave me verbal consent. At this time I had a lot going on and could have forgot, if so it was a honest mistake, there was no gain for me.
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