I had an employee contract with a relocation fund addendum that stated if I quit, I would have to repay the funds provided. I worked for the company for 2.5 months. Three weeks ago, my boss asked me to hack into an online database to obtain customer and vendor information. The information is available for a nominal fee. I did not do this, as it went against my morals and ethics, and after deliberating for a few days contacted the recruiter who placed me in the position and discussed the matter with her. My recruiter contacted my employer a few days later while I was at lunch, and spoke with him about the matter. When I returned from lunch, my employer let me go, with the reasoning of being disinterested in the work. He did not provide me with a paycheck. He is now requesting my car as coll*collateral for the repayment of the relocation "loan". I do not have a copy of my employee contract to verify whether or not he is correct in assuming I owe the money back, but I am also concerned that he is asking for the title to my car. In addition, I have repeatedly requested, but never received, pay stubs, or the healthcare that was a condition of my employment. I am incredibly perturbed at the situation.
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