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Toyjobs Collects on Fraud Suit vs. Ivars Storm Sondors

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Toyjobs has finally collected on its personal fraud suit vs. Ivars Sondors who is now operating under the moniker “Storm Sondors.” The case began in 2007 with Toyjobs winning a judgment case against Sondors’ company A-HA Toys in November 2008 and being awarded a judgment against Ivars Sondors personally in August 2011.

Toyjobs President, Tom Keoughan said: “We’ve chased Mr. Sondors for eight years across three continents. It’s good to finally collect what is owed us and put this matter behind us. I’ve got two big boxes of paper to throw out.”

Keoughan further states: “I have no way of knowing how he’s handling himself now, but it has been my experience that people over the age of forty don’t change much.”

By | October 20th, 2015|ToyJobs Blog|Comments Off on Toyjobs Collects on Fraud Suit vs. Ivars Storm Sondors

Toyjobs Prevails in Personal Fraud Suit vs. Ivars Sondors

The Superior Court of New Jersey has awarded Toyjobs a default  judgment in the amount of $39,456.00 in its personal fraud suit against former  A-HA Toys president Ivars Sondors.

Toyjobs president Tom Keoughan said: “I certainly expect  that Mr. Sondors will try to make it difficult to collect but we have chased  him for over three years across two continents. He should realize by now that  we’re not going away. The beautiful thing about a judgment obtained on a  Complaint for fraud is that it can’t be cleared through bankruptcy. It sticks  around and so shall we.”

By | December 7th, 2011|ToyJobs Blog|Comments Off on Toyjobs Prevails in Personal Fraud Suit vs. Ivars Sondors

Toyjobs Wins Judgement Against A-Ha Toys

The Superior Court of New Jersey has awarded Toyjobs a default judgement against A-HA Toys.  The court is expected to rule on Toyjobs’ suit against A-HA president, Ivars Sondors, shortly.

Toyjobs’ president Tom Keoughan said “Whenever I hear about a company not paying its vendors, I become very reluctant to do business with that company.   I always wonder how companies that don’t pay their vendors will be able to deliver goods to their customers.

By | February 28th, 2009|ToyJobs Blog|Comments Off on Toyjobs Wins Judgement Against A-Ha Toys

Toyjobs Files Suit Against A-Ha Toys

Toy industry recruiter Toyjobs has filed suit in the Superior Court of New Jersey against A-Ha Toys, Inc. and its president Ivars Sondors.  The complaint lists breach of contract, unjust enrichment, fraud and various other allegations.

Toyjobs president Tom Keoughan stated “Every four or five years we have a situation where a company contracts with us to find employees for them and they tell us that they aren’t interested in any of our candidates. That is, of course, their prerogative.  The problem arises if they then go behind our backs and hire our candidates without telling us or compensating us for our services”.

Keoughan further states “I don’t know what people who do this are thinking.  We’re out in the toy marketplace every day and we are going to find out about it.  We are certainly going to demand payment and go about collecting it to the best of our ability.  Filing suit is a time consuming and potentially costly undertaking that Toyjobs would not pursue unless we were absolutely confident of our position.  In twenty-seven years of doing business, we have never lost a case of this type.”

By | October 7th, 2008|ToyJobs Blog|Comments Off on Toyjobs Files Suit Against A-Ha Toys