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I need to know how to report that my former employer has been falsifying service verification documents. The field of business was lawn/landscape services and snow removal. My former employer gets his work sub contracted to him from a very large exterior services management company based out of Lansing, MI. He has been photocopying his service verification tickets (SVT's) with signatures on them from the location he performed work at and changing the times and dates of service and then submitting them to the main management company. He is not only submitting SVT's for work he has done, but he also submits multiple extras for work he has not done in an effort to get paid additional money for services he has not performed. I have known about this for several years but have no actual physical proof, and have never attempted to report him before because I did not know what he was doing was illegal. Please help me report my former employer to his contracting company. Thank You, have a blessed day.  
   
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