Truth Social not paying vendor

rumble_lion

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For Trump this is business as usual.

Former President Donald Trump’s social media outfit, Truth Social, is locked in a bitter battle with one of its vendors claiming that the platform is stiffing the company out of more than $1 million in contractually obligated payments, FOX Business has learned​

If the allegations are true, they would suggest that Truth Social’s finances are in significant disarray, people with direct knowledge of the matter say. Internet infrastructure company RightForge is said to be among Truth Social’s largest vendors and creditors, these people say.​
In October, RightForge announced it entered into an agreement to host Truth Social, which Trump helped create after he was banned by Twitter following the Jan. 6 riots. RightForge now contends that Truth Social has reneged on its contractually obligated monthly payments for setting up the platform’s web-servicing infrastructure, according to three people with direct knowledge of the matter.​
These people say RightForge contends that Truth Social has made just three payments and ceased making any payments since around March. RightForge claims that Truth Social owes it around $1.6 million and is threatening legal action to recoup the money, these people add​
 

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Wake me when conservative media is dying like progressive media has over the past few decades.

RIP: Air America Radio, CNN+, Rachel Maddow Show, Countdown with Keith Olbermann, Brian Stelter...
If Conservative media is so popular than why are Trumptards constantly crying that the media is biased against them?
 
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For Trump this is business as usual.

Former President Donald Trump’s social media outfit, Truth Social, is locked in a bitter battle with one of its vendors claiming that the platform is stiffing the company out of more than $1 million in contractually obligated payments, FOX Business has learned​

If the allegations are true, they would suggest that Truth Social’s finances are in significant disarray, people with direct knowledge of the matter say. Internet infrastructure company RightForge is said to be among Truth Social’s largest vendors and creditors, these people say.​
In October, RightForge announced it entered into an agreement to host Truth Social, which Trump helped create after he was banned by Twitter following the Jan. 6 riots. RightForge now contends that Truth Social has reneged on its contractually obligated monthly payments for setting up the platform’s web-servicing infrastructure, according to three people with direct knowledge of the matter.​
These people say RightForge contends that Truth Social has made just three payments and ceased making any payments since around March. RightForge claims that Truth Social owes it around $1.6 million and is threatening legal action to recoup the money, these people add​

More TDS
 
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If the allegations are true, they would suggest that Truth Social’s finances are in significant disarray, people with direct knowledge of the matter say.
Lulz! They couldn’t even get a single person to go on the record. When exactly are you going to stop falling for fake news based on anonymous sources? How many times you need to get burned before you realize you’re being played?
 

NJPSU

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Lulz! They couldn’t even get a single person to go on the record. When exactly are you going to stop falling for fake news based on anonymous sources? How many times you need to get burned before you realize you’re being played?
Mr Conspiracy Guy warning others about getting burned by questionable information. That’s mildly amusing.
 
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Mr Conspiracy Guy warning others about getting burned by questionable information. That’s mildly amusing.
It's actually Dr. Conspiracy Guy due to the many posts in which he has shown his comprehensive medical expertise, particularly with respect to Moo Juice. You're selling him short there, NJ.
 

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Lulz! They couldn’t even get a single person to go on the record. When exactly are you going to stop falling for fake news based on anonymous sources? How many times you need to get burned before you realize you’re being played?

Its Fox Business news. Not exactly a radical left wing news source.
 
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For Trump this is business as usual.

Former President Donald Trump’s social media outfit, Truth Social, is locked in a bitter battle with one of its vendors claiming that the platform is stiffing the company out of more than $1 million in contractually obligated payments, FOX Business has learned​

If the allegations are true, they would suggest that Truth Social’s finances are in significant disarray, people with direct knowledge of the matter say. Internet infrastructure company RightForge is said to be among Truth Social’s largest vendors and creditors, these people say.​
In October, RightForge announced it entered into an agreement to host Truth Social, which Trump helped create after he was banned by Twitter following the Jan. 6 riots. RightForge now contends that Truth Social has reneged on its contractually obligated monthly payments for setting up the platform’s web-servicing infrastructure, according to three people with direct knowledge of the matter.​
These people say RightForge contends that Truth Social has made just three payments and ceased making any payments since around March. RightForge claims that Truth Social owes it around $1.6 million and is threatening legal action to recoup the money, these people add​
This is why people/companies enter into contracts. If Truth is contractually obligated to pay for a service than RightForge can sue for enforcement of the contract ala twitter and Elon Musk. Contractual disagreements occur every day.
 

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