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Luis Macias
Address withheld
Cell: 619-846-0205
Fax: 619-383-8101

Monday, August 12, 2013

In my experience from the multiple times calling into the “ethics” hotline, I can honestly say the company doesn’t really do
much out of the complaints normally. Out of the many complaints I personally filed nothing was ever done about anything I reported.
Upon further research and investigations on the internet you can see numerous complaints by many employees reporting the same
issues, and in fact almost all have faced retaliation in one form or another like I have. Everyone knows that AT&T is only out to
protect the company at any expense, they just turn their head on any issues that involves helping employees that can make the
company look bad. One issue in particular not allowing employees to get their rest breaks, they think were some sort of robot that
don’t need time to grab some water or quick snack, or give our feet a rest from standing all day. The ethics line receives complaints
for asset protection and employee issues. Even serious and illegal activity I reported to the ethics hotline like fraud and manipulation
was not taken seriously and nothing was done. From the multiple times I called in reports it always went to the same employee
referenced below, it never went to anyone else. I didn’t receive the proper communication or follow up also. I constantly felt like no
one wanted to help me regarding my issues even though I was trying to do the right thing, reporting things that our Code of Business
Conduct and the Securities Exchange Commission said I should be reporting. It’s only a matter of time before the truth comes out, I
don’t recommend current employees use the hotline and or website since nothing will be done and you might be subjected to
harassment and retaliation by management and its employees. I highly recommend employees facing issues with AT&T to post such
issues online, you can remain anonymous through the use of Tor Browser or use of VPN clients. Additionally, I would recommend
reporting all issues of violations of law and fraud to the proper government authorities: DLSE, DFEH, SEC, FCC, FTC, IRS, CPUC,
OSHA etc.
PHONE: 209-359-5905
FAX: 209-359-7994
You can reach out to the following AT&T senior management:
Randal Stephenson
Ralph De La Vega
Fred Devereux

AT&T Mobility President
AT&T Mobility West President


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Thank You,

Luis Macias

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