You might have heard of Snapdeal.

It’s a social media giant that lets you buy and sell electronic items and videos on its platform.

It recently launched its own app to let you make and sell deals.

It’s also a shopping site for smart devices, which it also sells.

It makes money from sales of electronic products and services on its website.

Snapdeal has been criticised in recent months by a string of people and businesses who say it is a cash cow for drug dealers and online buyers who can’t pay cash on time.

In a report, The Irish Mail has highlighted some of the criticisms of the company.

The company’s “no-holds-barred” approach to sales is a major reason why consumers feel pressured to pay for goods at the point of sale, said The Irish Sun.

But it is also not the only reason.

The paper’s investigation found that some of Snap’s biggest sellers, which include Amazon and Walmart, have been involved in shady practices.

The report also found that while many of the sales on Snapdeal’s website are legitimate, others are not.

We have spoken to many of these sellers and they are doing a lot of shady things, said one of the people in the report.

Some of them have a website called ‘sell, buy, trade’, which allows them to post items.

It is not a legal business, said the source, and the sellers don’t get paid.

The companies have been accused of having a monopoly on the electronic shopping market, where online sellers can’t compete with Snapdeal for customers.

In recent years, the companies have faced criticism from consumer groups, retailers, and regulators.

The Irish Times spoke to two of the sellers who we identified in the paper’s report.

They declined to be named because of the ongoing investigations and because they are involved in the sale of products on Snap’s site.

The two men said that they had used Snapdeal as a cashflow source for years.

They told us they had made $100,000 from their businesses using the platform.

Their business has also been disrupted by the recent crackdown by regulators.

In June, Snapdeal was ordered to pay €3.5m to two people who claimed they were wrongly banned from selling goods on the site, and a separate court case is underway.

The firm said it would contest the claims and take legal action against the people who had been banned.

Snapdeals online store has been a haven for drug traffickers and online consumers who want to buy drugs from the internet, but the company has been accused in recent years of making money from drug dealers.

In the past, Snapdeals online shop has been used to sell counterfeit goods.

In March 2017, the company was accused of facilitating the sale and sale of counterfeit goods by the United States Drug Enforcement Administration.

In October 2016, the agency said that it was investigating whether Snapdeal had broken the law by facilitating the illegal sale of heroin and fentanyl, both drugs that are often sold on the internet.

It has also faced criticism for allowing some drug dealers to sell illegal drugs online.

In July 2018, the US Attorney General launched an investigation into whether Snapdeals services had been used for drug sales.

In April 2019, the same year that Snapdeal closed, it was also fined $1.3m for allowing sellers to sell products containing a drug known as ‘The Ghost’, which was linked to a fatal overdose in the United Kingdom.

In June 2018, US prosecutors filed criminal charges against Snapdeal and the company’s chief executive, John Mendoza, on charges of running a “criminal enterprise” that trafficked in illegal drugs.

The agency said in a statement at the time that the investigation into the online marketplace was “the first step in a long-term investigation into Snapdeal that will ultimately result in criminal penalties for MendoZA and other senior executives involved”.

It is also facing criticism from the Department of Justice, which said last month that the US was investigating the company because it had failed to comply with its anti-trafficking policies and regulations.

The crackdown on Snapdeals business comes as it is the biggest online retailer to go bust in a decade.

In May 2018, eBay’s chief operating officer, John Donahoe, announced that the online shopping giant was taking the “next step in our effort to transform the way we do business”.

Snapdeal said it had more than 1.3 million customers globally.

Its chief financial officer, Michael O’Leary, told the Irish Times that the company had raised $4.5bn in funding and was in talks to raise another $3bn.

In 2018, SnapDeal was acquired by a group of investors led by private equity firm Colony Capital, which has a history of backing distressed companies.

Colony Capital has been funding the takeover bid from Snapdeal, and in June 2018 Snapdeal said that the deal would close on Monday.

It also said that after the transaction