Executives at social media startup Twenty.me — president Vikas Singhal (also affiliated with StartingBloc and CIBL Management), CEO Paul Misir and CFO William J “Bill” Sanford (also executives at private equity firm Morning Street Capital) — have repeatedly engaged in unethical misconduct by refusing to pay wages and other monies owed to employees and workers despite satisfactory performance. The executives have repeatedly violated state and federal labor laws, committing wage theft, breach of contract and other acts.
Web developers, graphic designers, investors and others are strongly urged to learn more about this troubling matter so they can make well-informed decisions.
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