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The situation I would like to explain happened fairly recently. I have accepted a position with a National Bank as one of their E-mail Server Administrators. An acquaintance of mine (Don) told me about the position and took my resume to his supervisor. He is not someone I call a friend because we do not do any activities together nor do our wives do things together. I used to work at the Bank’s location as a contractor for a different company. I had changed employers and we maintained casual communications for the year I had been gone from the Bank. He had tried to help me obtain a position with the bank a couple of times, but none of the opportunities ever turned into anything until now. I have now been at the Bank for 5 weeks. The first week was fine, just trying to learn where the bathroom and Cafeteria were. Nothing was obviously strange with Don at first or really had the appearance of being amiss until the second week. Our interactions began to get a little strange. Don began making comments like, “you would have had to pay an employment agency several thousand dollars for a job like this”. I briefly thought to myself that was weird. I soon forgot about the incident till the next day when he made some other comment “in a joking manner” “you can just make monthly payments of, lets say $400.00 a month”. Rite then I started to really pay attention to what he was really trying to say. He acted as if I owed him money for helping me get the job. The next day he was telling me about how he was putting in tile in his kitchen and needed some help moving his refrigerator. He appeared to be disappointed I didn’t jump right in and volunteer. He began to get very short with me and I had only been working there for two weeks. He was supposed to train me on how to build our E-Mail Servers and instruct me on how to install all the standard monitoring software, to include using SNMP and remote access...

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