You weren't the only person who smelt a rat, not me, but member ZeeOSix couldn't quite believe the troll's explanation of how the rips were formed by the folding machine. The troll said the rips were made during production and before the filter was used in a car, yet the rips were only ever spotted in used filters, never fresh dissected ones and a few other issues technical like that. Also member CharlieBauer could quite believe the troll's quoted production figures. This is all going by memory, but there were quite a few requests for more detail to the troll's explanation. The thing was, it was a new poster, and they were being treated politely and in a friendly manner. So they weren't called out, but rather they were thanked and asked for a little more information. It wouldn't have lasted much longer, as their story wasn't fully adding up in little ways, and you could see the cracks appearing. But they were given the benefit of the doubt, as a new person, and a chance to offer more detail. I think they were treated with polite respect, but this respect was not returned.
Originally Posted By: Nyogtha
I knew something was up from the start as I've signed numerous non-disclosure agreements and a non-compete for 1 year agreement once in a career in manufacturing, and there's never been any provision for not discussing working conditions at a workplace. I doubt such a clause would be legally enforceable in the USA. No way the legal staff at a large company like M&H or Purolator would let someone put such a clause in an exit document.