Do we have a duty to expose frauds?
That depends on your involvement, your certainty, and your relation to the fraud.
I’m sensing an Agenda… Where’s the coffee?
Aah, certainty. What if it is say 50/50?
You’d have to tell me about your relation to them (are they a co-worker?) and how you know. Tell us your story!
Yes, in a general sense, when appropriate and prudent.
How’s that for a vague answer to a vague question?
I believe that sometimes we should consider doing something if it seems appropriate under the correct circumstances.
Too vague to answer.
They look delicious! Quite frankly, if this thread involves assorted French soft drinks, I’m prepared to hang around…
Crack one open!
I think we’ll all deserve one by the time the OP decides to tell us more!
No, its the Le Croi family. 2 different families. In the 1600’s, the x was added.
I’m related to neither/nor.
Some guy has a YouTube channel and is always ranting about thus and such while wearing the worst toupee on earth. That is fraudulent hair. We do NOT have a duty to rip the rug off of his head.
Your Uncle Joe is still collecting Grandpa’s Social Security Check 6 years after Grandpa is dead. This is benefits fraud. We do have a duty to report that fraud.
So, if the government is involved, we have a duty?
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