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

Proceedings against US net-winners follows Chapter 15 recognition of South African liquidation proceedings by a Florida court in March 2023.

Beginning March 15th, 2024, here are the US net-winners Mirror Trading International’s liquidators have sued;

    1. Tong Her
    2. Johnny Tran
    3. Sabina Romanowska ($454,000)
    4. Steven Gilmour
    5. Jason Alicea
    6. Satoshi Show, a YouTube channel run by Troy Rejda and David Chandler ($379,000)

  1. Troy Rejda ($239,335)
  2. Young Herman
  3. Nathan Boeger
  4. Karim Hanna
  5. Dorris Kampe-Okotie
  6. Carlos Baltazar ($254,000)
  7. Aaron Christopher Griffin
  8. Kongmong Xiong
  9. Corey Joseph Mastrianni
  10. Joel Santiago, right ($201,324)
  11. Roman Michael Johnson
  12. Pamela Johnson
  13. Fredrick Bolton
  14. Xavier Henry Aponte Sr.
  15. Hank Brennan
  16. Coledon Peter Lupoli
  17. Peter Ingebenose Aliu
  18. Gary Brian Gilgen
  19. Archie Thomas ($156,000)
  20. Frederick Farrel ($155,000)
  21. Anneline Miller
  22. Stewart Robert Watts
  23. Erik Miguel Lewis Jr.
  24. Cedrick Redula ($128,00)
  25. Anshul Choudhry
  26. Jason Edward Marlowe
  27. Joseph Asmar
  28. Marvin Douglas Tackie
  29. Dang Trung Nghia
  30. Paul Monson
  31. Earl Douglas Darling
  32. Johnny Boy
  33. Scott Smith
  34. George Washington Gay [sic]
  35. Luke Varner
  36. Janice Sue Morgan
  37. Reginald L. Cox
  38. Steven Lewis Payne
  39. Davis Marck
  40. Eric Abraham Jaffe
  41. Zander Burger
  42. Dean Thomas
  43. Gary Lynn
  44. Crissina Johnson
  45. Dennis Engleman
  46. Michael Allen Boat
  47. Nghi Nguyen
  48. Greggson Wong
  49. Jakeb Eisenberg
  50. Timothy Allen Hamm
  51. Rubieny Torres
  52. Ashton Ben Page
  53. Ference Zsemlye
  54. Lester Tiburon
  55. Matthew Guilbault
  56. Susan Eleanor Knickerbocker
  57. Alan John De Gouveia
  58. Andrew Meier
  59. Lawrence Preston Paulsen
  60. Tracy Wayne Elliot
  61. Fernando Requejo
  62. Dirk Schoombee
  63. John Duncan Prinsloo
  64. Lois Eileen Schott
  65. Priscilla Aryeetey
  66. Jeffrey Alan Miller
  67. Pedro Leonardo Salcedo Jr.
  68. Matthew Louis Thibault
  69. Seun Otuwote Olayele
  70. John Phong Vo
  71. Steve Serrano
  72. Christopher George Kravatas
  73. Douglas Robert Freyler
  74. Rolando Alvarez
  75. Michael Ovadia
  76. Juliet Star Lucero
  77. Andy Tran
  78. Kylar Layne Price
  79. Kevin Michael Chapman
  80. Hussam Miawad
  81. Steven Gayle Roote
  82. Valerie Kirkland
  83. Melanie Gaye Plares
  84. Naudaan Suachaii Hurh
  85. Danny Lindhom
  86. Mark Geyer
  87. Brian Nerney
  88. Owen Brown
  89. Steve Foutch
  90. Ian Ericson
  91. Daniel Beeman
  92. Gabriel Gonzales

Unfortunately due to the size of each complaint and sheer number of individual filings, getting the amounts each net-winner has been sued for is cost prohibitive.

Summons filed on the net-winners have response deadlines beginning April 17th, 2024.

Cases are still being filed as of March 27th, so I suspect I’ll be updating this list with additional names till all US clawback cases have been filed.

 

Update 13th April 2024 РFifty-four additional defendants have been sued between March 28th and April 8th.

  1. Ian Ericson
  2. Daniel Beeman
  3. Gabriel Gonzales
  4. Larry Phillip Gaboury
  5. Gerald Ikechukwu Anyamele
  6. Stan Bergen
  7. Levi Griffin Miller
  8. Jean Prime Nyongabo
  9. Lydon Allan Blackman
  10. Craig Anthony Brown Sr.
  11. Carl Langschmidt
  12. Irina Maryanchik
  13. Chong Chang
  14. Brian Sears
  15. Joseph Connor
  16. Oliver Scott Tomlin
  17. Patrick Kowalski
  18. Perla Leon
  19. Dennis Cooney Jr.
  20. Anita Foley
  21. Clodette Delinois
  22. Lyvia Miranda Clark
  23. Henry Ep Okotie
  24. Gary Rabu
  25. Jeanette Marie Scheuneman
  26. Gary Simmons
  27. Gavin Teague
  28. Michelle Els
  29. Izzuna Vincent Ewudo
  30. Jeffery Mayers
  31. Ashely Mae Kellar
  32. Celanet Dorcius
  33. James Arthur Aisthorpe
  34. Marie Gertha Telisme
  35. Sean Marrow Fitzpatrick
  36. Vincent Andrew Shahr
  37. Kristine Hannley
  38. Douglas Michael Ormand
  39. James Burleigh
  40. Jason Maurice Stubblefield
  41. Misha Johnese
  42. Ashley Baradi
  43. Jan Lynn Julia
  44. Ralph Edward Mason
  45. Lori Laura Romero
  46. David Lee Wright
  47. Zoua Xiong
  48. Brandon Rhys Neyhart
  49. READYFORTHEWORST.COM, LLC
  50. Christopher Omid Sehat
  51. Don Slepian
  52. Cameron Lund
  53. Winston Owens
  54. Daniel Lee

In an April 8th Omnibus Motion, the MTI Liquidators state they have

filed approximately 150 adversary proceedings and anticipates that there may be as many as 50 more filings in the next several days.

Some Mirror Trading International US net-winners have also approached the Liquidators regarding potential settlement.

Several of the demand recipients have not (yet) been sued in adversary proceedings and a number of them have contacted counsel(s) for the purpose of exploring potential settlements with the Foreign Representative.

The Omnibus Motion also requests scheduling dates, and authorization to enter into settlements with US MTI net-winners who haven’t been sued yet.

The court has scheduled a hearing on the Omnibus Motion for May 2nd, 2024.

 

Update 6th July 2024 –¬†The court approved the Omnibus Motion on May 9th. I don’t have any specific dates but this allows the MTI Liquidators to pursue and reach settlements with US net-winners without interference.

Separately MTI Liquidators additionally sued Carlos Alfredo Perez Haeussler ($27,510) and Chavonnes David Rosado on July 3rd.