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By Anonymous - / Sunday 19 October 2014 04:11 / United States
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So you and your work have the exact same looking printer? And on another note, couldn't you have just shown that the broken "work" printer is still there?

Do you have a receipt to prove it's yours? Show it to your boss, and if he still tries to keep it, go above his head and/or report him for theft.

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#20 People who are careful with their finances and want to keep track of their money, and people who are careful with the product's guarantee...

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#20 My mother. She has every receipt for appliances, furniture etc dating back 30 years. Nobody ever manages to screw her over.

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Businesses do. The company should have receipts for all business expenses. If the boss wants to claim the company bought it, he should be able to produce a receipt.

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I'm not exactly sure how OP deserves it, but I don't entirely understand your comment either. I would say though, whereas OP should've told his/her boss, I would imagine the boss could see an obvious difference between printers. Plus I'd imagine the boss saw OP bring in the printer

There was a small mistake upon your side. Informing your boss about the issue of the printer and bringing the printer is your MAIN priority. However, FYL for losing that printer.

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