Arlington,Virginia: A Civil Court case has been filed in District Court Arlington against Mayuresh Kashetramade of Commission Junction and Joseph Gabby of Blue Star Alliance who owns tweens clothing company Justice. Both the defendant are asked to appear in court on May 12, 2022.
Plaintiff Muhammad Jalil Afridi, CEO of The Frontier Post America and Director of The Frontier Post Pakistan has accused both CJ and Justice for not paying him the commission he earned on the sales of products of Justice clothing.
While talking to The Frontier Post, Jalil said that for months he was giving hundreds of sales to Justice which are reported within minutes by CJ and later shipped by Justice but one fine day CJ told him that most of transactions did not occur. Jalil further said that each of his transaction could easily be found by the bank details of Justice.
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