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So, filing a harassment TPO is not the way to go here? My job was threatened, and she has moved to harassment beyond internet bashing. She has done this to several other people in the past.
True, but keep in mind there are the "alias" names that she has used. Her real name is XXXXX XXXXX these email messages. All I have as far as "printable" proof are the phone print outs with her number on it, calling my office 4 times in the span of 20 minutes. She spoke with one of our customer service girls, I'm sorry, yelled at one of our customer service girls would be more accurate, spewing the lies, etc... Is that enough as far as evidence goes?
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