My company fired me but my insurance was still good

I was fired for a vague reason concerning mistakes I had made while trying to do my job. None of the errors was all that serious and could have easily been ironed out in time.

The HR head thought differently and she fired me stating that she had been getting calls from the people I worked with about mistakes I had been making.

I should have kept my mouth because being terminated is a decision, not a debate. I should have just left without saying anything.

Ok like I said my health insurance had been paid for through the month after my termination and I took over $400.00 dollars worth of medical prescriptions to the pharmacy and I paid less than forty dollars for them.

A small revenge but revenge nonetheless.

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  • Essentially stealing meds...yeah you're a real hero

  • Hmm. Your revenge just hurt you and your reputation.

    But f*** reputation.

  • Oh come on! All this person did was get some meds on the dime of the company that fired them. Who would even know? They fired him/her. Do you think she/he will use them as a reference? Not likely. He/she gets to choose if they tell anyone about what they did. So, how does this hurt their reputation?

  • Revenge an interesting mind game.

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