UPDATE: In January 2020, Levin Properties LP filed a civil demand against Filstop Inc. at the Passaic County Courthouse, demanding a payment of $38,991.86
Levin Properties is the management company of Clifton Plaza, where Filstop’s second location was open between September and December, 2019.
The summons was issued on January 27, 2020.
A trial is scheduled for March 3, 2020, in Court Room 200 with Judge Vicki A. Citrino presiding. The docket number is PAS LT 001019 – 20.
Levin LP’s attorney is Bruce E. Gudin of Ehrlich, Petriello, Gudin & Plaza, PC.
“Filipino” American Online Grocery Store notorious for repeatedly shipping out expired food. In the most recent case, a customer by the name of Luningning Lee reported on January 14, 2017, that she had received expired food items from Filstop.
FilStop Inc. is the rebranding of Philam Food as part of the settlement agreement in the million-dollar federal lawsuit filed against it by Phil-Am Trading. Among the allegations included in Phil-Am Trading’s filing: consumer fraud.
The corporation Filstop‘s owner on record is Philam Merchandising’s Erwin Santos, against whom another lawsuit was filed in Essex County by Marian Osdon.
Filstop / Philstop Inc. DP 0100893600
FILSTOP INC. is identified as a domestic profit corporation in New Jersey with state entity ID 0100893600.
It is merely the new business name of Phil-Am Merchandising Inc., which was incorporated on December 6, 2002. Any lawsuit you’d like to file against the old Phil-Am Food can still be filed against Filstop.