A women who works at the bank where I do business (mortgage, personal loan, and savings) who doesn't know me personally is telling other workers of the bank false statements about me and my young children. I feel humiliated about what she has falsely stated.
1 Answer from Attorneys
Why not consider taking the matter up with an appropriate supervisor at
the bank to determine whether this person might intervene in your behalf to cause a cessation of this employee's unwelcome activities before considering litigation?
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