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Old 12-10-2012, 01:45 PM   #4
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While it may not be breaking the law, it is still intentionally screwing over the company, and in my opinion, not the right thing to do morally. In my opinion, you are just trying to justify doing something that is wrong. If you wouldn't do it "if someone were in jeopardy of losing their job because of the error, or if the mistake were extremely costly to a small company struggling financially" in these cases, you shouldn't do it all. After all, how do you know someone won't get fired because you weren't honest enough to return something you didn't order.
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