It is not fair!
This business publicly sells fake excuse notes for students and employees from doctor, jury etc. to make a fool of the employer and take some day off.
Create your own fun excuse notes. Fully customizable Doctors Notes, Funeral Notes, Jury Duty Notes, Emergency Room Notes and more.
Though the company's disclaimer advises the notes are "for entertainment purposes only," its Web site shows pictures of people sunbathing and playing golf using the fabricated excuses. One testimonial says: "I've managed to take the nine weeks off using these templates! It couldn't be any easier!" (cbsnews)
Making fool of others to gain something is not an ethical practice and I believe such a business should be made "illegal". If they are running a business of making excuse notes and if the employer finds out about the fake notes they should be held responsible for the consequences.
What do you think?