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International Markets Live And Wealth Generators Sued By The CFTC

The Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) today issued Orders filing and simultaneously settling charges against eight unregistered entities and eight unregistered individuals that were offering foreign exchange (forex) and binary options to retail investors located in the United States. The entities included International Markets Live and Wealth Generators.  Two companies that I have warned you about.
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DasCoin Is Using Trademark Complaints On YouTube To Silence Their Critics

This morning I found out that DasCoin is using Trademark Complaints on YouTube to try to silence their critics. First they tried to silence me with a DMCA take down of my article about them, and now they are trying to use a Trademark complaint. Let's hope that they are unsuccessful.
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MOBE Update: Suitepay Escapes With Over $1.6 Million In Victims Money

In the Receiver's Initial Report about the MOBE scam, we find out that he has recovered over $8 million to date, and is expect to recover another $6.3 million later on.  We also find out that Suitepay a California-based payment processor has escaped with over $1.6 Million In MOBE money. The Receiver is investigating the matter, and may choose to file a criminal complaint.
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Morgan Johnson’s $54 Million Digital Altitude Judgment Suspended

Morgan Johnson of the Digital Altitude scheme that falsely claimed it would enable people to earn substantial income online, and Upside LLC used to process consumers’ credit card payments, are banned from selling business coaching programs and investment opportunities under settlements with the Federal Trade Commission.
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Digital Altitude Scam Can’t Be Reopened By The Receiver

Back in February, the FTC shutdown the Digital Altitude scam. The Receiver released their first report on the Digital Altitude scam in March. At that time the Receiver believed that the business could not be operated legally and profitably. This conclusion remains the same in their second report.
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