You and your best friend are competing for the same job position...
and you learn he/she used inside information to get the upper hand over you. Do you report your friend?
If they used inside information to get the upper hand on you then I'm not sure they are a true friend to begin with. So yes, I would report them.
My friends wouldn't do that because of their character, and also if by a 1 in 10,000 chance they did, I 'd leave them in the dust and my friends know it too. I value honesty and integrity.
Totally agree with what's been said. First of all a true friend wouldn't be able to live with himself if he did a thing like that. And in case it should happen, yes I would report him/her and then let them know!
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