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Former Sales Rep Accuses Move Inc., Parent of of Defrauding Real Estate Agents

Brian Bobik, a former employee of Move Inc., has filed an eight-count amended complaint in Los Angeles Superior Court alleging wrongful termination from Move Inc.  as retaliation for objecting to what he believed to be unlawful conduct by the News Corp. subsidiary.

Move Inc. is the parent company that oversees

Move Inc. sells zip codes to agents that are leads to potential property sellers. Bobik claims that many of the leads are bogus and that when agents try to cancel their accounts with Move Inc., he and other sales reps were ordered to continue charging the agents.

A spokesperson denied the allegations, saying they “are without merit.”

The law firm representing Brian Bobik is Berokim & Duel, P.C., located in Beverly Hills.

Read the original article in Inman.

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