Undelivered mail in the Traffic Monsoon SEC case suggests owner Charles Scoville may have been released from jail.
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The Traffic Monsoon Receivership has secured default judgments against promoters Ernest “Ernie” Ganz and David Barker. Together, the pair of scammers are up for $953,195.
The Traffic Monsoon Receiver has advised claim objection notices have been sent out. The announcement was made via a recent update on the Traffic Monsoon Receivership website.
Following a motion request for default judgment filed last April, the SEC has secured a $2.5 million default judgment against Trafffic Monsoon. The judgment also applies to owner and operator Charles Scoville.
Charles Scoville, the incarcerated creator of Traffic Monsoon, has been indicted on wire and tax fraud charges.
The Traffic Monsoon Receiver has published her first claims report. Detailing where the claims process is at, the Receiver reveals that one Traffic Monsoon “victim” tried to claim $9 trillion dollars.
Last August Charles Scoville filed a motion requesting Traffic Monsoon victims pay his $270,000+ legal bill. On May 29th Scoville’s motion was denied.
As requested by the SEC, on April 2nd the court clerk recorded entry of default against Charles Scoville. Later that same day the SEC filed for default judgment.
The SEC filed its lawsuit against Traffic Monsoon and owner Charles Scoville in July 2016. To date Scoville has failed to file a response to the suit, prompting the SEC to request an entry of default.
In light of his lawyers abandoning him, Charles Scoville has decided it’s best he represent himself. Scoville’s first communication with the court is a hand-written letter he’s penned himself. And boy it’s a doozy.