Back in October 2019 the Traffic Monsoon Receiver sought to employ local attorneys to go after Canadian net-winners. The motion was denied later the same month. In denying the motion, the court recommended the Receiver ‘solicit multiple bids from attorneys experienced in this area of Canadian law’. On April 26th the Receiver filed a new [Continue reading…]
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The TelexFree class-action Plaintiffs have failed to secure a preliminary injunction against Dustin Sparman and Vantage Payments.
A second pyramid scheme class-action has been filed against LuLaRoe. Plaintiff Jessica Ponkey filed suit against LuLaRoe in California on March 24th, 2021.
A reader showed up in the comments today with a link to a 2017 civil lawsuit filed against GladiaCoin and JetCoin. I hadn’t heard of the case before so I went and looked it up. Sure enough on July 18th, 2017, Plaintiff Gloria Jung Yun filed suit in Pennsylvania.
Although it’s been on my radar, BehindMLM hasn’t covered the AMG v. FTC lawsuit as it isn’t itself an MLM related case. That said, on April 22nd the Supreme Court handed scammers a victory. That victory has ramifications for MLM fraud related lawsuits.
While South African authorities continue to twiddle their thumbs and do nothing, liquidation proceedings against Mirror Trading International’s ringleaders continues. The latest decision has seen provisional sequestration granted against Johann and Nerina Steynberg.
Following a successful appeal last month, the Kristijan Krstic extraditions were punted back to a Serbian High Court. That High Court has now reaffirmed that “that all legal preconditions for extradition have now been determined”. This means that extradition is once again on the cards, pending the outcome of another new appeal.
In an email sent out to its investors, Mining City claims a “fake app” somehow has access to the company’s affiliate database. From a security standpoint, this makes zero sense.
Crowd1’s latest ploy to extract more money from its affiliates is … a crypto mobile app Ponzi scheme. How very… 2015? To hear founder Jonas Werner pitch Planet IX though, Crowd1 just invented sliced bread.
Alan Friedland (right) appears to be withholding evidence from the CFTC. Outstanding requests for production of documents to Friedland date back to August 2020. After eight months of stuffing around on Friedland’s part, on April 9th the CFTC filed a motion seeking to compel production.