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For the past 2 years, I've been in charge of purchasing. When we buy a piece of hardware, we pad up the quotes without our clients knowing it. For an example, we buy a computer for $500 but charge the clients $540. We pocket the $40 without our clients knowing we do this. I think I messed up on a quote and sent the end-user a wrong quote. This was the second time it happened. I was terminated for something bogus but I do know that the purchasing had something to do with it. I have proof that my company was stealing money from the clients with the padded up quotes. That money they stole paid for our company christmas party, birthday cakes, and our lunches. I told them I didn't think it was right but that was the answer I got. Should I go seek legal help? Now I am unemployed and have no $.Another example: You own a company, you hire someone to do your technical work. You tell him/her to get you 10 computers. That person finds a computer for $800 but since he/she doesn't think they should be doing the purchasing because it's not in the contract. They charge you $830 for each computer without you knowing it. In the end, you paid $300 more than you should have and he/she made a nice hefty profit off you. On top of everything, you are paying that person a salary every two weeks for their services. In my case, purchasing wasn't in our contract and we did it anyways, they thought that was justification to "steal" money that isn't theirs. I was terminated for something else bogus that didn't make sense. They couldn't say "you are gone because you messed up on the quotes" because they know they can't say that. I didn't send the wrong quotes to the end user. I just sent the non-marked up quote. I was let go since this end-user was close to putting the pieces together.