*Updated February 25, 2012* Paul Misir is a liability to your investments. The Twenty.me (TwentyAt) CEO has repeatedly belittled and bullied employees, robbing honest, hard-working web developers, graphic designers, consultants and others of wages that they have yet to be paid. The confirmed amount owed to former workers is approximately $70,000, but a current investigation [...]
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UPDATED: January 31, 2012 If you have been denied payment by TwentyAt CEO Paul Misir, or by the company in general, please fill out the contact form below. There are online publications interested in telling the full story. Also, please take a moment to sign the petition at the top of the right-hand sidebar that [...]
UPDATED: March 7, 2012 This is a message to warn graphic designers and other freelance professionals about the unethical business practices of Paul Misir, CEO of a New York City-based social media company called Twenty.me (formerly TwentyAt). Former employees are getting robbed of an enormous sum of back wages and other monies owed. The workers [...]
TwentyAt CEO Paul Misir has been engaging in bad business conduct and you should know about it. Inform yourself by starting here.
There are several people investigating what is now looking like a pattern of dishonesty and disrespect by TwentyAt CEO Paul Misir. If the New York City-based social media executive and venture capitalist has ever exhibited any abusive behavior toward you and refused to pay wages that you worked for, you may still have a chance [...]
Does TwentyAt CEO and venture capitalist Paul Misir think that people are expendable, just objects to be thrown away after he gets what he needs from them? Every day new evidence surfaces and suggests that Misir has been engaging in bad business practices that have hurt honest, hard-working people. It seems that when he no [...]