Twitter case: Twitter is accused of not paying fees to a marketing agency. So this company filed a case against Twitter. Earlier, a case was filed against the microblogging platform for non-payment of office rent.
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News of the Twitter case: One of the richest people in the world Elon Musk the owner Twitter There is another case. A San Francisco-based marketing firm has filed a lawsuit against Twitter. Canary Marketing (Canary Marketing) alleged that the social media company did not pay fees for its services. According to reports, the company has filed a lawsuit to recover $3.92 lakh (roughly Rs. 3.19 crore) from Twitter.
Twitter also had to face legal action a while back, when legal action was taken against it for non-payment of rent for its San Francisco office. Now this is the second case when a microblogging company has been sued for non-payment of service fees. Let us tell you that Canary Marketing has worked for Twitter for two years.
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A case was registered on January 6 due to non-payment of fees. According to a report by Business Insider, Canary Marketing sued for “breach of contract with the firm by not paying fees.” Canary Marketing is a marketing agency firm, and according to its website, its clients include Google, Slack, KFC and Sephora. This marketing firm designs campaigns and packages for these companies.
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The lawsuit filed states that the marketing firm provided services to Twitter from June 2020 to August 2022 under the Canary Agreement. Instead, Twitter had to pay the fee within 60 days of receiving the invoice. Canary claimed that two of the invoices it sent remained unpaid. Interestingly, Elon Musk started the process of buying Twitter in April 2022, which was completed in October 2022. The deal with Canary predates Musk’s arrival.
Sorry for not paying the rent
Earlier it was reported that Twitter did not pay the rent for offices located in different locations. Hartford Building sues social media company for non-payment of rent for its San Francisco office. At the same time, the owner of the Singapore office kicked out Twitter workers for non-payment of rent. However, Twitter did not respond to all these allegations.