To be honest with you, I have. Seeking revenge is a norm in human nature, especially in situations where the offender gets to walk away without paying for their actions. Am talking about serious situations here and not the usual back stabbing, cheating or lying kind of hurt.
Bankers are probably the most careful accountants in the world. When I say accountants, am talking about handling any information including money assigned to you with utmost care and without a single penny missing or added by the end of your work day. If the opposite turns out to be the case, you most definitely get in trouble and must pay any shortage regardless of the amount before balancing your sheets for the day. Unfortunately, I fell victim one time back when I was working in a bank. I had to settle a shortage of over a 100k in a single day. I felt really frustrated when I couldn't trace the fault in my account. Months later, I discovered the money was actually stolen by a colleague I trusted. At that point, revenge was all I could think of till someone talked me out of it.
My point is, revenge sometimes might seem like the only option on squaring up or making things equal between you and the offender. But trust me, it only makes things worst. What becomes the difference between you and the offender if you actually go through with your revenge?
In case you're wondering, the jerk colleague of mine got fired after he tried pulling it of again with someone else but got caught.