MyJh has suspended all of its business accounts in the United States and Canada after an anonymous tipster made the company’s name public on the internet.
MyJh said on Tuesday it had received a complaint from the owner of the account, who claimed the account was used for unauthorized sales and that the account details had been posted online in violation of a company policy.
The information was posted on social media without MyJoh’s permission, the company said in a statement.
The account has been suspended for one year, MyJho said.
The business account is used to send and receive email messages, and it has been used to conduct business transactions such as purchasing merchandise, the statement said.
MyH was founded in 2015 by a family of Japanese investors, including a man who has been a partner in the company since 2015, according to its website.
Myjh has a history of controversy.
Last month, MyH received the worst grade of D-minus from the Better Business Bureau for its handling of a fraudulent credit card application, and MyH lost its license to operate a pharmacy, the bureau said in its 2016 review of MyH.