Matthew Lloyd McPhee has been handed down a $318 million dollar final judgment.
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After the FTC shut down MOBE, promoters Michael Giannulis (aka Mike Antoni) and Michael Williams launched their own clone scam. It’s taken a year and a half, but the FTC has finally moved to shut My Ecom Club down.
MOBE promoters Steven Bransfield, Michael Giannulis, Michael Williams, Gar Leong Chow and Scott Zuckman, have been hit with final judgments topping $41 million dollars.
Orders filed on December 19th have approved the proposed settlement between the Receiver and MOBE owner Matt Lloyd McPhee. QualPay’s and Synovus Bank’s long-running campaign to acquire millions in fraudulently obtained funds also appears to be finally over.
Russell Whitney’s estate has settled with the FTC. As part of the settlement, a $1,428,616 monetary judgement has been awarded.
Following “lengthy negotiations” between Matt Lloyd McPhee and the MOBE Receiver, a settlement was reached a few months back. In a September 6th court filing, the Receiver has now revealed details of the proposed settlement.
Top MOBE affiliate Steven Bransfield has revealed the FTC is going after him. The revelation was noted by the MOBE Receiver in his latest August 29th update report, following Bransfield’s bankruptcy filing.
Following a hearing held on August 2nd, MOBE case proceedings have been stayed for 90 days. The request for a stay was made last week, amid ongoing settlement negotiations between MOBE owner Matt Lloyd McPhee and the FTC.
The MOBE Receiver and Matt Lloyd McPhee appear on the verge of a settlement, prompting the FTC to file for a stay on all MOBE related proceedings.
Back in February default was entered against Matt Lloyd and the MOBE corporate defendants. Citing communication misunderstandings, Lloyd managed to get his entry of default set aside in April. Default against the MOBE corporate defendants still stood however, prompting the FTC to file for default judgment in early May. In a July 1st order the [Continue reading…]