Fly Victor seeks dismissal of $30 million privatejet.com lawsuit

“The allegations…are spurious claims which we emphatically deny,” says Clive Jackson, CEO of the U.K. based private jet broker

In its response, Victor provided bank records of over two dozen payments it says were made to the plaintiff as well as its notice to terminate the agreement dating from 2018.

Defendant Don’t Look Media had claimed to have not received any monies.

(Editor’s Note: Clyde & Co. says it did not issue a statement originally attributed to it in this article. In fact, the statement was provided by Alyssum, a client that Clyde & Co. represents in this litigation.)

Online private jet charter broker Fly Victor, its parent company, Alyssum, and CEO Clive Jackson are hitting back at Don’t Look Media, seeking dismissal of its $30 million RICO lawsuit filed in June over the website URL www.privatejet.com.

“Don’t Look Media and (its attorney) Farrow Law are shamelessly exploiting the judicial system to extort monies from Alyssum. This is a despicable act carried out by those that not only wish to damage our company but whose actions can only bring disrepute on the entire private industry,” Jackson told Private Jet Card Comparisons.

Private Jet Charter Broker Victor Sued For $30 Million In RICO Lawsuit

The lawsuit says in addition to lost fees and damages, Victor’s lack of required disclosures created a liability for fines of up to $32,000 per day over a multi-year period

U.K.-based on-demand online private jet charter broker Fly Victor Limited is being sued for $30 million by Delaware-based Don’t Look Media, LLC. The lawsuit stems from a 2015 licensing agreement that enabled it to use the URL privatejet.com to generate leads it would then convert to bookings.

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