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I have been a Licensing Specialist with a company for two weeks and a couple of days ago I was told to notarize some paperwork that came in from another state. I explained that I did not feel comfortable notarizing documents that I did not witness the person signing. I was emailed repeatedly by my boss wanting to know why I wouldn't notarize the docs and how upset the customer was going to be. After a day of arguing back and forth, I packed my desk and wrote the owner of the company telling him I would not perform unethical acts and this was not how I functioned. I printed all the emails between my supervisor and I and put them in an inner office envelope to the owner before I left. Did I do the right thing? Should I do anything else?  


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