No mercy: Facebook page held hostage in payment dispute

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A disgruntled Pakistani marketing agency has seized control of its client’s Facebook page in order to demand payment supposedly owed by the brand. 

Yet the brand itself claims to have cleared all of its debts and is seeking help from law enforcement to wrest back its page.

In a Facebook post that appeared on the page of Pakistani dairy brand Haleeb Foods earlier this week, social media firm Viral Edge wrote that the account was “suspended due to non payment” alongside an image of a padlock and chain superimposed on one of the company’s products.

The agency also called on “fans” to help recover the more than seven months of payments it claims Haleeb owes and included contact information for Haleeb’s marketing director, Mansoor Nawaz.   Read more…

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Source: Mashable

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