Discuz is a British company that makes and sells vinyl records.
The company’s website says that they sell music through Discuz.com and their website sells BTS records.
They also sell T-shirts and stickers, and their music video collection is well worth checking out.
I tried to contact Discuz for comment but didn’t get a response.
They are not available to comment on the situation with the boy, however.
I spoke to Discuz UK and they confirmed that the boy is not from Disciz UK and that the discuz website is in error.
Here is their statement: Discuz was informed on Tuesday, May 29, 2018 by the media that the name of a customer was incorrect.
Discuz takes any allegations of misconduct very seriously and has been in contact with the customer.
Disciz has also contacted the boy and will be investigating this matter thoroughly.
The boy’s father, who we will refer to as Mr. B, contacted us on May 29 to share his concerns about the company’s handling of this matter.
We are continuing to investigate the matter and will make any necessary and appropriate changes.
The family is happy that Discuz has now spoken to them and we would like to offer our sincere apologies for the inconvenience caused.
The Boy is in the United Kingdom, where he is a student at a school in London, and the company is not licensed in his country.
He lives in the U.K. and is in contact only with his father.
The girl’s family has said they have no plans to speak to the company and that they have been “distraught” by the news.
The Discuz logo is in a red circle on the front of the T-shirt and sticker.
The word “discuz” is written on the side of the sticker.