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I work at a company that gets hundreds of new members every month. Every new member has fill out a form and sign it. We scan that form into the computer so that we can see it on the computer in the member’s file, instead of having to look it up in a filing cabinet or storage room. Recently, a whole batch of scans was messed up, so that the only thing that remained visible on the page was the signature and date. Since the members “signed it anyway”, one of my supervisors gave me a blank form, and a printout of all of the signatures and dates, and then had me use the photocopier to “re-sign” all of the forms. At the time, it made sense (for some reason), but now I feel like I’ve just forged a lot of forms. I know that the people did sign the forms, and that it was a computer error, but shouldn’t we have re-sent the forms to the clients instead of making fake copies? Did I do something illegal? What should I do?  
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