|My daughter deserves better.|
The fake social media accounts were changed after I complained of impersonation, but I have screenshots here. The ones that still exist now use the same name which started to be used by the person making false accusations in forums, following my rebuttal in those forums. We see these events are related.
These ridiculous claims came as I was interviewing for a new job. You can see how this may have affected my chances. Especially given that I had several interviews regarding software development for law enforcement. Even though a background check would have proven the claims to be false, an HR person may have decided to forgo the cost of a check, thinking they already knew the results.
Not to mention, if those spreading these lies have gotten bold enough to post them openly, we have every reason to believe they have been promulgating disinformation behind closed doors for a much longer time. This is one of my main reasons for this blog, I know how dirty SelectQuote plays with ex-employees. Though I was fooled at the time, it may be that the previous phone system programmer, Gang Wang, was slandered by Ian Kirwan in the same way.
Unemployment insurance doesn't go a tremendously long way in San Francisco. So in a very real way they have affected my daughter. Certainly not as big a deal as the attempt to cause her physical harm. Even so there is no reason why she should suffer just because a couple of dishonest employees of SelectQuote wanted to cash two pay checks from the company instead of one.
My record speaks for itself. I have rebutted the false claims, things will turn up. The claimants are getting more bizarre, now they claim that Agent Molder [sic] and Scully have my records. So, the scam has been beaten. There is still no reason why this should be tolerated. A message must be sent to SelectQuote Insurance, that hurting children for money is unacceptable. You, the consumers of life insurance, can send that message by voting with your wallet.