Law \ Legal Allegedly A Good Deal Worse Than It Told SPAC Investors

Unlike nearly 1,000 of her former colleagues, Sarah Pierce didn’t get canned by mortgage lender via mass Zoom call just before Christmas. Nor was she among those who found out they were unemployed via unexplained severance check three months later, because she had been fired the month before. And unlike those let go for “stealing” from the company by being lazy or because its rosy projections for itself weren’t panning out, Pierce says she got the heave-ho for gently suggesting that and CEO Vishal Garg not issue those projections simply to save its SPAC deal, because they were untrue.

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