International Payout Systems (i-Payout), TD Bank and Telecom Logic have reached a settlement with the ongoing TelexFree class-action.
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Bank of America has prevailed in a filed motion for summary judgment against the TelexFree class-action Plaintiffs.
Several Defendants in the ongoing TelexFree class-action have entered mediation proceedings.
Following on from a 2017 judgement, James Merrill has now settled with the TelexFree Trustee.
The TelexFree Receiver has sent out an email detailing a second distribution to valid claim holders.
Twelve Defendants in the TelexFree class-action filed motions to dismiss the latest Fifth Amended Complaint. Five motions were granted and one was partially granted, leaving six Defendants fully on the hook.
TelexFree victims participating in the Trusteeship claims process are being targeted by scammers. On September 6th the US Bankruptcy Court for Massachusetts published the following order:
Christopher Loaiza Salazar is a convicted TelexFree scammer in Peru. Stemming from a TelexFree related criminal case opened in 2016, Salazar and “certain of his relatives” were found guilty of aggravated fraud. On the basis those he scammed did or should have filed a claim with the Trustee, Salazar now seeks to overturn his conviction.
On December 30th the TelexFree class-action plaintiffs filed their fifth amended complaint. I didn’t cover it because the only change was a bunch of defendants were added – most of which are banks and payment processors. The complaint itself has blown out to two hundred and eighty-four pages. As a result of this the TelexFree [Continue reading…]
Eighteen TelexFree “victims” have won the right to “challenge the accuracy of TelexFree’s records”. It’s a bit of an odd decision, seeing as the “victims” have had plenty of time to prove their claims.