Shortly after 20@LLC was formed, a worker hired by Twenty.me CEO Paul Misir was denied pay for a project completed. Several subcontractors were also affected by Paul Misir’s breach of contract. It is estimated that at least 20 people were denied pay by Twenty.me (formerly TwentyAt) during the 2011 calendar year.
The above email was sent in February 2012 via the twentyat.info blog contact form.
Executives at social media startup Twenty.me — president Vikas Singhal (also affiliated with Gracie Point, LLC), 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.
Deborah Nirmala Misir, Paul Misir’s biological sister, and Grant Martin Lally, Deborah Misir’s husband, are partners at the law firm Lally & Misir, LLP in Mineola, New York. Lally & Misir, who represent TwentyAt in legal matters, have aided the company’s executives in harming aggrieved workers by sending threatening letters, filing frivolous lawsuits and resorting to extreme intimidation through online defamation and harassment of workers and their families.
Web developers, graphic designers, investors and others are strongly urged to learn more about this troubling matter so they can make well-informed decisions.