Maryana Beyder Bio
Maryana Beyder is a real estate agent for Beyder & Company Realty in New Jersey. She grew up in Brooklyn, New York. She’s been a real estate agent since 2012 and worked at Beyder & Co since 2015. She selling homes that range from $600,000 to $14,000,000.
Maryana Beyder online Bussiness
She Re-Sells High Fashion Clothes and Shoes. She has all sorts of designer clothes, shoes, and handbags in her closet. So much so that she’s selling the older parts of her wardrobe on the website Poshmark.
Beyder currently has 1,574 followers and 27 listings on her page. Most of the items that she’s selling are from a “who’s who list of designers including Saint Laurent, Chanel, Balenciaga, Giuseppe, and Montclair, among others.
She also has some Adidas sneakers, Lululemon shorts, and other odds and ends mixed end, but her page targeted to users with larger wallets.
Maryana Beyder Husband and Children
She is married to Igor Beyder. Her Husband is the founder and CEO of the company and is an entrepreneur with extensive experience in the real estate industry. Over the last 15 years, he was involved with every aspect of the industry, including construction, development, financing, and marketing. Maryana Beyder has three daughters with her husband, Igor Beyder. They currently live in Alpine, NJ.
Maryana Beyder News Story
Beyder was having a meal at the Alpine Country Club on Sept. 7, 2018. A waiter spilled red wine on her handbag. The handbag is extremely rare and has been discontinued, making it irreplaceable. It was a 30th-birthday gift for Beyder from her husband.
She filed a lawsuit in October after repeated out-of-court efforts to get the club to rectify the issue were unsuccessful.
Louis Pechman, an employment attorney, told that This type of a cross-claim is unheard of, and said that Good human resources policy would dictate that the restaurant has the employee’s back, rather than sticking the knife in his back.
The lawyer for Alpine Country Club, Kenneth Merber, released a statement on the case that questioned the authenticity of the bag, The pleadings raise issues regarding the property damage Plaintiff claims she suffered, the authenticity of the handbag and its value.
The plaintiff has not provided any receipt about the purchase of the subject handbag, Merber also said the club was not seeking damages from the waiter in the case.
Alpine Country Club is not making any claim against and is not seeking any damages from any of its employees, including the waiter who allegedly caused harm to Plaintiff’s handbag, about the subject incident.