On Monday my next door neighbor came over and asked my wife for her signature. He said they were having a contest at work (he works at the local grocery store) that whoever got the most signatures got a $200 gift certificate. I would have thought nothing of it. He is in his late 50s/early 60s, we have lived next to him for 5 years and always been friendly. What stuck out to her was that the signature was in a plain notebook with no letterhead. After thinking about it I called the store and spoke with a manager. The manager said they would never do something like that. I spoke with him this morning and he told me the same thing he told my wife, but if I was worried he would get the paper back from his manager.
I don't think he is telling the truth, but don't want to start a big fight with my neighbor over something that could be innocent. Is there anything he can do with her signature?
Edit: I wanted to add for anyone following that I spoke with the store manager at lunch and he said under no circumstance would they do something like this. He would really like the name of the employee. I told him I would like to talk to my neighbor one more time first.