Re: Employer Gives Out Personal Info
then it isn't your car and you have no right to drive it
my friend passed away 2 wks ago i have been driving his car for almost a yr now. he told me he left the car to me also.the will hasnt been read yet.
.has she been named such by the courts?
Diane is my friends executor of his estate
as I said, it isn't yours until the proper actions have been taken to make it so.
. and as i said he told me it was left for me.
did you call the police? I surely would have, right then and there but since it wasn't your car and you had no right to drive it, if they were taking the car for the executor of the estate, not much is going to happen unless they injured you.
sharon(work) and diane are friends, i do very well at work and have execellent reports. last week while at a class for work i was ambushed when i came out. there were 2 very big guys and two women at my car. 1 inside it already about to smash the steering column. when they saw me they demanded the keys. i was afraid because they were screaming at me. i gave them the keys out of fear for my safety.
your address is not private prvilgaged information. It can generally be found quite easily on the internet.
i had to get home after being left in another town standing on the side of the road....i wondered how these people knew where i was at at that specific time too. when it hit me one of the women was diane who said she had been by my home address already and i wasnt there.
when i talked to the office because now without a car i could not work anymore they informed me that sharon was in the office bragging about how she gave out my personal information to her friend so they could get the car.
ok, first question is can she give out my personal info to just anyone that is not law enforcement?
what was unsafe about it? It sounds like all the intended on is repossessing the car.
second: can i sue her for placing me in and unsafe situation while i am working?
slander, maybe but expensive and generally not worth the arguement, if it is actually actionable to begin worth.
she also has said things about me to other employees that were outright lies, the other employees working in the office have told me they would stand up behind me and tell what she has said on my behalf, can i do anything against this woman at all.
I am not an attorney and any advice is not to be construed as legal advice. You might even want to ignore my advice. Actually, there are plenty of real attorneys that you might want to ignore as well.