Diary of a Bad, Bad Bookkeeper (Day 14) – The Carnage Begins

Well Diary,

Betty Bookkeeper HeadshotToday was the day… the FIRST day that I stole from the company.  Today, I forged my first check with the owner’s signature. I would have done it a couple days ago – as soon as I found out the owner doesn’t open the bank statements, and in fact expects me to do it – but the owner suddenly changed his pattern. Instead of staying out of the office, like he had done every day

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6 Responses to Diary of a Bad, Bad Bookkeeper (Day 14) – The Carnage Begins

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  5. Elizabeth says:

    Here in Australia, the cheques (checks) don’t come back with the bank statement. – they stay with the bank. It would be even easier for Betty to do her embezellment here. If a business has hundreds of lines on a bank statement, it’s doubtful that the business owner would spot $100 here and there even if they were opening & reading the statements. It’s scary how easy it is for someone not so trustworthy.

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