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Salem insurance firm sues ex-employees for allegedly conspiring to steal clients

July 27, 2013

LISBON — Morris Financial Group Inc....

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WatchDog

Jul-27-13 3:04 PM

Welcome to the real face and deep seated truth about the Insurance world today! Can anybody even remember when we had reputable insurance industry?

Clients and their confidential information are only the tools of the profit schemes.

Morris should very grateful I am not one his clients. Because I would be suing him for failing to safe guard my "confidential" information. The same confidential information he could care less about only the FACT that he is pizzed off because somebody stole his profit tools.

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notSocialist

Jul-27-13 4:41 PM

Shouldn't be so hard on Mr. Morris. I talk to him at least once a week, and he seems to be a non-weasel to me.

The sensitive data was secured under password, they were stolen by two dishonest employees, whose personal greed was directly responsible for the loss of this data.

I'm surprised these two aren't facing criminal charges!

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WatchDog

Jul-27-13 5:36 PM

You already know you can't give me the "nice guy" syndrome. Is he making it about his clients? No.

Did he contact the authorities to report illegal activities...NO. Did he contact his clients to let them know their sensitive and protected information could be at risk? NO Is sensitive and confidential client information important? NO

Only the lawsuit. Don't give me nice guy routine. Besides as we all forget...there is always two sides to the story. Like the guy or not.

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notSocialist

Jul-27-13 7:33 PM

I'm bleeding!!

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zerotolerance

Jul-28-13 12:49 PM

Big baby! I'll give you a boo boo cover and kiss it! <grin>

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zerotolerance

Jul-28-13 12:49 PM

Seriously, she has a point there notSocialist.

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WatchDog

Jul-28-13 1:03 PM

Hey don't tell him that Gina, that is exactly what he is wanting...hehe

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notSocialist

Jul-29-13 6:22 AM

"Besides as we all forget...there is always two sides to the story. "

Words to live by. Have you heard his?

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WatchDog

Jul-29-13 8:14 PM

Don't exactly care about his story or the other side. I care about the people that had their sensitive and protected confidential information violated.

But hey if he is willing to take that law suit money if he wins and hand it over to those clients I might just change my opinion.

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notSocialist

Jul-30-13 5:59 AM

I thought there were two sides? Only one counts?

If I see him I will ask his side before I condemn him.

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