Asked by Lynnemu on 15-08-2020 01:28:22
Question posted in the General Law category relating to Western Cape
Hi I am Lynne. I borrowed money from 2 x money lenders, which I could not pay back immediately but was in contact with them all the time. I told them that I will pay the money back as soon as I can. They then went to my work place and I lied to the branch manager saying I didn't borrow money from them. He then went to fetch these people and humiliated me by asking me in front of them if I owe them money. I was so embarrassed when they said yes I did. I feel humiliated at the moment and feel that the branch manager really forced me to say I did make those loans. He said I'm tarnishing the name of the company. Do I have any rights on this matter. Please advise
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