Unity Asset Stores have become one of the largest hardware stores in the world.
It’s no surprise to see this as Unity’s stock has surged significantly.
With an estimated $3 billion in revenue in 2017, Unity has surpassed the likes of Amazon, Ebay and Amazon Prime.
Unity’s flagship store, Unity Asset, is also the third-largest on the website.
However, it’s no stranger to controversy.
In August, Unity was accused of profiting off of stolen credit card information of customers.
As a result, the store’s owners have faced a lawsuit by customers.
This is the third time in a year that the company has been sued by disgruntled customers.
The first time was in February and the second time was back in August.
In the third lawsuit, a customer claimed that Unity Asset’s management and employees were “grossly negligent” in their handling of customer information.
It was reported that Unity was selling customer credit cards without customers’ knowledge.
This caused a rift between the company and customers, with many customers calling for Unity to be banned from the platform.
One customer, Daniel B, claimed that the store was “a cesspool of fraud and a massive scam.”
In the second lawsuit, B said he was “pissed off” that the Unity Asset store offered “zero credit protection” and “had no safeguards for my money.”
The third lawsuit has been referred to as the “Unity case” by B and other customers.
B was awarded $1 million by a jury in September 2018.
The second case against Unity was a class action, which led to a settlement with some customers.
Unity has since been able to pay back some of the money it has taken in.
In February, it agreed to pay $6.5 million to customers of Unity Asset.
In addition, Unity said it would continue to make changes to its customer service policies, including “zero tolerance” for fraud.
The company has also been forced to revise its own policies to address some customer concerns.
However it is not clear how many customers were affected by the first lawsuit.
While the company is trying to move on, customers have been left feeling betrayed by the store and its management.
A customer of Unity has accused Unity of being “incompetent” in dealing with complaints.
“I’m so sad that the developer and I are being treated like criminals by a company that we trusted so much,” the customer wrote in a post on the Unity forum.
“The fact that Unity sold your information and sold your credit card is a gross breach of trust and an insult to the customer, as well as a disgrace to the industry.”
One of B’s complaints to the company was that “Unity Asset did not make me feel comfortable with my money.
The customer was never told about this issue, so she never had a chance to take action.”
B has since returned to the Unity store and is planning on trying to get his money back.
“They just don’t care.
They’re just happy to keep their profits and not care about what you think or think about them,” he said.
The third complaint was made against Unity by a customer of the store.
The store’s managers “should be ashamed of themselves,” the buyer wrote.
“Unity has ruined my life, and now my business.
I’m not happy with the business and I’m pissed off at them.”
The customer claimed he was only offered a refund on his credit card after Unity “asked” him to sign up for a Unity account.
The buyer did not get a refund because Unity told him he could not cancel his Unity account and would have to wait until he could complete a new one.
The Unity customer also claimed that he received a “very, very long message” after he returned to Unity.
“No one ever told me anything was wrong, or anything,” the post said.
“And that was the end of the message, because they were saying that I needed to wait and then they would refund me the money.”
In a statement, Unity apologized to the buyer and promised to “continue to work with all of our customers and partners to address any concerns or concerns they may have about our business practices and processes.”
Unity is currently undergoing a major change to its policies.
It is now expected that Unity will allow for credit card refunds after customers sign up with Unity’s payment platform, Square Cash.
In a post published on October 9, Unity also confirmed that it would no longer allow credit cards to be used for payments.
“We’re committed to providing our customers with the best possible support and support for all aspects of their transactions,” the statement read.
As we continue to invest in and develop our marketplace platform, we will continually ensure that