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.
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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.
The Traffic Monsoon Receiver’s proposed claims process has been approved. This means we now have a set cutoff date and procedural instructions for claim filing.
Good news for those of you who keep asking when you’ll be able to file claims, the Traffic Monsoon Receiver has sought claims process approval.
Charles Scoville isn’t having a good time. Currently incarcerated in Juab County Jail, last month Scoville had his Supreme Court bid to legalize Ponzi schemes in the US denied. Now the lawyers representing him against the SEC want out.
On November 26th the Tenth Circuit dismissed Charles Scoville’s second filed Traffic Monsoon appeal.
Following the denial of Charles Scoville’s SCOTUS writ bid, the Receiver has announced the victim claims process is moving forward.