I did write details of what I saw in the shop to Vero. Vero people have contacted me. So now Vero people know about everything that my boss was selling things without paying taxes. Those things are expensive, one day I sold 125,000 Euros with a tour group! most of the payment is cash and no normal receipts were given to them. I took pictures of these receipts and sent to Vero offices and explained to them that my boss just changed the name Training Mode Receipts into XXX(our shop name) receipts.ajdias wrote:Do you know how much lawyers charge? It starts at 200+. Per hour. You wanna hire a lawyer because you were cheated of a few hundred euros?
(I suppose you can sue the person for the unpaid work and they'll have to pay you if you do have a receipt, in which case they may be liable to pay your legal costs. But once you hire a lawyer, they'll contact the other part and give them a chance to sort out things, so if they pay you're liable to pay the lawyer's work.) Btw, it doesn't matter if by quitting your boss gets losses or not, if you give her the legal notice (x weeks in advance).
Unless you're being prosecuted you're probably better just letting it go.
If I were you I'd write a long and detailed exposee of how you did to send to Vero. Detail everything, what you did with the receipts, when you used real ones, etc. etc., they may have a way to check if their cash payments were abnormal, if there was fowl-play with their receipt numbers, etc, and at least will keep an eye for the future.
And use some of the money you'd spend on the lawyer to hire a qualified proof-reader (by cashino you mean casino, right?) You don't have to be an English major, but if is poorly written with spelling mistakes they may easily ignore you.
I wonder if my boss went to jail or not, Vero people would not tell me. If she went to jail, can she still sue me for stealing her money?