Machiavellian

Nobody wanted to work in Parliament Street branch of the bank, but I was offered no choice.

We had to comply with absurd telephonic requests, where identity of the caller could not be verified. Refusal to comply was considered suicidal.

The Machiavellian pattern of acts became clear, only when news of the fraud broke out, naming me as the prime culprit.


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