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South African authorities confirm MTI criminal investigation

Four years after Mirror Trading International collapsed, South African authorities have confirmed an ongoing criminal investigation.


MTI reporting prompts legal threat from Maxtra Technologies

Coverage of ongoing clawback litigation against Mirror Trading International Ponzi scammers has seen Maxtra Technologies threaten legal action.


MTI’s Johannes Steynberg reportedly dies in Brazil

Mirror Trading International CEO Johannes Steynberg has reportedly died in Brazil. Steynberg’s death follows a local identity fraud conviction and pending approval of extradition to South Africa.


MTI liquidators sue US top net-winners

Mirror Trading International’s South African liquidators have initiated clawback proceedings against top US net-winners.


Clynton Marks fails to remove MTI liquidators

After accusing them of “serious misconduct”, MTI kingpin Clynton Marks applied to have court-appointed liquidators removed. As reported by MoneyWeb on March 18th, Western Cape High Court rejected Marks claims


MTI net-winners subject to BTC clawbacks (and it’s a mess)

Thus far Mirror Trading International liquidation proceedings are seemingly unable to be anything but confusing across all aspects. How MTI net-winner clawbacks are being handled is of course no exception.


Mirror Trading International net-winners issued summons

Mirror Trading International net-winners have been issued summons in South Africa. The summons are part of liquidator’s efforts to claw back money paid to MTI’s top earners.


Johannes Steynberg gains internet access in Brazil prison

Arrested MTI CEO Johannes Steynberg has been enjoying internet access from a Brazilian prison.


MTI liquidators file clawbacks against Clynton & Cheri Marks

Mirror Trading International liquidators have filed clawback litigation against suspected owners Clynton Marks and Cheri Ward (aka Cheri Marks).


Mirror Trading International’s liquidators pocket $9.8 million

Without action by law enforcement, Mirror Trading International liquidation proceedings have recovered only a fraction of what was stolen. Now it’s been revealed a quarter of that, around $9.8 million, will go to liquidators.