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Discussion in 'Networking' started by lostgirl84, Nov 23, 2018.

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  1. lostgirl84

    lostgirl84 Thread Starter

    Nov 23, 2018
    Basically on the 26th August a post appeared on a Facebook work group, it appears to have come from me but I did NOT post it. It was only posted for about an hour and I could not see it nor could my closest colleagues. I was only made aware by another colleague messaging me and showing me a screen shot. The post it's racist, slanderous, offensive and just plain vile. The general layout makes me cringe as the grammar, spelling and layout is just wrong but it does not appear that my account was hacked as no other un-usual activity occurred.

    I was consequential sacked last week and am utterly devastated. I need to clear my name and right the injustice so I pick things up again.

    I have tried reporting it via the Facebook links but as the post is no longer accessible, I am finding it hard to provide the necessary details. I desperately need to prove to my employers that I did not have anything to do with this and I need to provide something about who did or where it came from.

    I am utterly devastated as not only did I love my job but I did nothing wrong to warrant my dismissal but I had no way of proving it. I need a computer expert to help me. I am happy to provide an details and pay if results can be found!

  2. dvk01

    dvk01 Moderator Malware Specialist

    Dec 14, 2002
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    I am sorry but we cannot help with this.
    You need to contact a solicitor who specialises in Employment issues. If you are a union member then contact your Union rep.

    While we sympathise with you and your devastating problems, any advice offered here, beyond what I have suggested could result in a much worse situation for you.
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