I ask if it's possible to charge one in Summary Trial to DB based on the following scenario:
Suppose a PC (OIC) did a spectacle claim for one of his men. The man submitted the claim in XXX 2012, but PC now then only remember about the claim in YYY 2012.
So when PC tried to do claim online, the IT system prompted him with error that only can claim in 1 month from date of purchase on receipt.
What the PC do?
He submitted the claim but input the month date as ZZZ 2012. The claim went thru the claim system without any problem.
Will PC be charged? What charge? Falsifying of official documents?
What punishment? DB? SOL? Fine $?
The man really had bought a new pair of specs, the amount was keyed in correctly, only the month/ date...
a) Claimant received money payment. Keep quiet.
b) Sabotage PC by telling Chief Clerk to charge PC with falsifying official documents.
In the claims system, if the IT system didn't prompt to submit receipt for a random sample check, it is okay/ no problem.
Originally posted by EnGoesLikeWind:
Ic.thanks for the advice. Iâ€™m not actually trying to sabotage anyone.. its just a lot of trouble if matter is pursued.. its just I wanna noe if can the PC be charged to DB for that matter.. or just charge with sol, extra, etc. Also, if everyone involved keep quiet, does it mean that nth will happen? Will army hq finance investigate all these claims?..
One piece of advice, don't think that you are clever and do stupid thing !!!. What wrong with PC claiming spec claim for man, even thought it is a little late. Look at it this way, he at least still get you your $ , you get your $ should be happy . Try to be clever, end up yourself get in trouble. Your PC is doing a actual claim - if the system let it, even people question he still making a real claim, you think he will get in trouble for it ? That why he the PC and you the dumb ass under him who keep of thinking of bird brain ideal and get yourself in trouble.