Former Employee of Bitcoin Mining Company Under SEC Investigation

Former Employee of Bitcoin Mining Company Under SEC Investigation

A former employee of the collapsed bitcoin mining company, GAW Miners, is currently under investigation by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) for fraud. Carlos Garza was issued a subpoena by a federal judge in Massachusetts to be forced to respond to these allegations. According to the SEC, millions of dollars were lost in possibly fraudulent sales of bitcoin mining hardware by GAW Miners. Carlos Garza is a former salesman of the company and is the brother of the founder and CEO, Josh Garza. Bitcoin Mining Fraud. Carlos Garza appeared before SEC lawyers in Boston last week for....

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