If you want to know what’s going on within a company, you shouldn’t ask the higher-ups. They want to keep us in the dark with all of the shady, mysterious, and sometimes sweet deals that take place behind the scenes. And speaking to the manager might not produce the answers you’re looking for, either. Instead, we should all ask the front-line workers who are asked to keep corporate secrets in the closet. When someone finally did just that, they were bombarded with all sorts of answers, good and bad, from employees in nearly every industry. Read on to learn what kind of secrets employers don’t want their employees disclosing.
If you’ve watched an episode of Pawn Stars before, then you should know that certain signatures by certain people can add value to a simple product. You should also know that for every authentic signature by a superstar athlete, there are one million fakes on the market. It’s a shady business that rakes in the dough.
In this mysterious sports memorabilia store, you’ll find signatures of famous superstars on balls, shoes, and jerseys. However, according to the OP, each and every one of them is a forgery by the hands of the store’s owner. Hopefully, the employee outed the business for its unethical practice and the company faces legal action for it.