The trek bicycle retailer trek bicycle has said it will be closed on Thursday after being ordered by the Supreme Court to close shop in a case of alleged cheating by some customers.
The Supreme Court order came on Thursday against a group of people who were allegedly cheating customers out of money and used their own vehicles for trips.
In an order dated February 27, it said, “In the last four years, some customers have complained that their journeys were not carried out and that they were cheated by trek bicycle shop employees and their relatives.
The company has been asked to provide proof of these complaints to the court by Friday.
Trek Bicycle has a turnover of more than $10 billion, but it is struggling with poor sales and dwindling profit margins.
The business was set up in 1998 by Rajesh, who has close ties to the Supreme Council for Women (SCW), which has a strong role in the decision-making process.
The SCW is a self-declared advisory body of women and has a powerful influence in the government.
The SCW has made it mandatory for every woman to sign a document naming her husband, father, and other relatives in her marriage certificate.
This has been a controversial decision that has been controversial ever since, and it has led to widespread anger among women.
Treck Bicycle has appealed the SCW order, arguing that the business had not been “complicit” in the cheating and that it had been “honest and upright”.
In a statement, the SCCW said it has instructed the company to close its doors “as soon as possible”.”
We have investigated and found that some customers were not being treated with respect,” it said.
In a statement, the SCCW said it has instructed the company to close its doors “as soon as possible”.