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Georgia is where company is located and I am located in Pennsylvania
So even though he is now denying he ever told me to do so (I have no proof that he said it - as it was by phone), then I am not in trouble in any way (there was NO personal gain or monetary invloved at all for me - just signed it for him to get the deal moving)? All along, I was thinking he is almost blackmailing me on this issue to keep from paying me. Unreal!! And yes can you send me sample letter to counter sue. THis guy is ridiculous, but the words fraud and forgery scared me!!
Thank you. One last thing....he said he was going to send the police to come to my house and pick me up for these charges? Can that happen? Again, I think he is trying to scare me out of my pay, but he is acting very strange from the guy I've known for 4 years and don't know what he can or cannot do. I haven't slept in a week. Thoughts? Thanks!!
Im sorry one last thing.....the fact that he signed another similar contract himself with same company and is doing business with them, in fact, shows I did something that he actually wanted to do - right? Again, there was no monetary involved or personal gain, but rather, I did what he wanted to get the ball rolling on the deal. Thoughts? Im trying to get some real relief as I am pacing my house over this mess!! Thanks.
Are you available to help me (outside of Just Answer) should this not go away? I am hopeful he has nothing should he move forward since he is actually doing what he said he didn't authorize and would hope the DA would say there's no merit?
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