- Report: #1104009
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Complaint Review: ceridian payroll
ceridian payroll, Florida USA
ceridian payroll Bill Davis thief and career whistle blower ceridian payroll florida
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Bill Davis and his uncle Ted davis are career criminals
they get inside companies steal info and data and use every menas possible to blackmailunder the guise of being a whistleblower
Bill Davis a/k/a the tatoo king a/k/a the mafia man a/k/a the conniving idiot w/ braces a/k/a Mr braggart
a/k/a/ wannabe Ted Davis
Bill Davis is a thief, He works for ceridian for the sole purpose of gathering intel. He is there to collecte Social Security numbers. My company has numerous emails from Bill davis to the Attorney Generals office. Ask him about this, he wont deny it, because he is a marine! the poorest ecuse of a marine, but neverthless. all of his emails offered to help take down his last employer, offering intel galore. but then his final email to the AG office was sent. Does the AG office offer any whistle blower money/rewards. When he received his reply NO He never emailed the AG again.
But he has a history of success collecting whistle blower money. Bill davis is a punk a** immature wanna be somoene famous and he will screw anyone and everyone in his way. He stole money and files from my comapny.
Sr. Business Analyst at Ceridian
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 12/03/2013 12:44 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/ceridian-payroll/Florida/ceridian-payroll-Bill-Davis-thief-and-career-whistle-blower-ceridian-payroll-florida-1104009. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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