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^ no thats a bad plan

jsut change you rpassword and see what he sais....
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Originally Posted by dealio View Post
wth is adp?
payroll, human services, and various other things. (think of it as it offers essentials for companies to run)
post #13 of 61
Change your password first and foremost.

You've already contacted ADP. Ask them to be on the lookout for anything suspicious because you suspect your password has been compromised.

Do not confront your boss/supervisor but file a report with HR over his inappropriate behavior. If his actions continue you will then have a clear timeline of the harassment making it easier for you to deal with in the future.

Is there any real reason anyone would want your password? I don't take this to be malicious at all, as he probably wouldn't be dropping hints to you and would instead be robbing you blind.

Sooo... lighten up, change pw, move on?
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Is there any real reason anyone would want your password?

Sooo... lighten up, change pw, move on?
Uh, to get my bank account and social security to steal my identity/hack my bank account.
He had taken copies of all our driver's licenses a few ago too. I believe he is conspiring with another co-worker to commit identity fraud although I can't prove it.

Because the other co-worker told me things that he used to do. He admitted to me that he had stolen someone elses identity before and "screwed him for life". I didn't believe it at first but things are looking more and more believable all the time. And it just so happens that the supervisor has access to ALL of our information. We are continually asked to fill out forms with our personal information, when other workers complain about why they have to give out so much personal information all the time, they get threatened with loss of job.
You don't know what some people are capable of...they live a double life.



The co worker got mad at me one day and his words were to me
"there will be hard financial times followed by great success" and then he walked away. I thought what could that mean? Which I guess was some sort of way of telling me he would then be attempting to try to get back at me. I believe they are working together, maybe attempting to run some sort of crime ring and I do not know what to do. This other coworker--He would always say to me "DO YOU KNOW WHAT I AM CAPABLE OF DOING??" "I'm a made-man". I always thought he was just crazy when he would go on and on about having "connections" and that this job he has was just a front .....this stuff is absolute lunacy. I feel like I'm in some sort of suspense movie.

I don't know what to believe.



Some things he has said to me that felt odd were: he didn't like when one of the guards swore at him and ordered a home invasion on him. He had a co-worker runoff the road on the way home at a previous job, then told me he would do the same to someone else I work with.



I am not making this stuff up. I am dead serious and I might as well be dead if I tell anyone.

I got injured the other day at work and the supervisor was going over the incident report and there was a question to mark regarding whether I died as a result of the injury. His exact words were "Well, I suppose it could happen" with an extra emphasis on the word "could".

I am keeping tabs on all my bank statements and credit reports.

Tell me I'm just overreacting or if this guy really is messing with my mind because he has some sort of egotistical power trip. This is like some twisted Tom Clancy novel.
Edited by aweir - 10/2/11 at 11:44pm
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I don't think it would be unreasonable to go directly to HR, but I would probably confront my supervisor first. Maybe he got your password another way that doesn't involve hacking or anything illegal- ie: you wrote it down and he saw it or he overheard a phone conversation, ect. Either way his behavior is unprofessional and you should call him on it.
I agree its very possible this is just coincidence. Maybe you have said your password in some other context,and he is reapeating it not knowing its your password.( ITS POSSIBLE) Maybe he does know and he is urging you change it? Whatever the case maybe, its really botheing you. So change your password. And i agree talk to the man directly! If your not happy with the outcome, go to HR.[
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You need to stop drinking coffee.........
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Tell me I'm just overreacting.
Listen to me; if there is genuine concern here (and not just a veiled grab for attention on a message board), and reasonable suspicion exists on your behalf to believe he has unlawfully obtained personal information and plans (or has already) used it in the commission of a crime...seek counsel and contact your local police department; 18 U.S.C. § 1030 exists at the federal level.

Note: These are my solely my opinions, and this does not constitute legal advice and should not be relied upon as legal advice.
Edited by jlells01 - 10/2/11 at 11:43pm
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Maybe this isn't even aweir but someone who stole his ocn logon and is in the process of assuming his identity.
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Yah uh, you definitely need to contact HR over this. That's why they are there, to provide for a separate chain that you can go through if your supervisor happens to be the one who is causing you issues. There is no harm or fowl over getting them involved either. Their job is to help you. If they don't, you should probably find a new job.

And if you start fearing for your life or personal information, contact the police. Identity theft through cyber crime is real and they take it very seriously.
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Uh, to get my bank account and social security to steal my identity/hack my bank account.
He had taken copies of all our driver's licenses a few ago too. I believe he is conspiring with another co-worker to commit identity fraud although I can't prove it.

Because the other co-worker told me things that he used to do. He admitted to me that he had stolen someone elses identity before and "screwed him for life". I didn't believe it at first but things are looking more and more believable all the time. He gets jobs as supervisor and then has access to all of our information. You don't know what some people are capable of...they live a double life.

He got mad at me one day and his words were to me
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I am not making this stuff up. I am dead serious and I might as well be dead if I tell anyone.

I got injured the other day at work and as he was gong over the incident report there was a question to mark regarding whether I died as a result of the injury. His exact words were "Well, I suppose it could happen" with an extra emphasis on the word "could".

I am keeping tabs on all my bank statements and credit reports.

Tell me I'm just overreacting or if this guy really is messing with my mind because he has some sort of egotistical power trip.
Just calm down, i think your just nervous and scared. Truth is if he was conspiring to steal your identity, and he is a made man. You wouldnt know anything about it. Why would he even give you a hint, or lead you on? I think at the very least he is F-ing with you, sounds like you get worked up pretty easy!!

Just take the steps to protect your self and move on!

There is lots of things you can do. Get life lock, put a watch on your social security # and credit report, some of that stuff can be done for free.
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