Arbistar class action lawyer calls for CEO to be detained ahead of trial

Arbistar class action lawyer calls for CEO to be detained ahead of trial

“It is unacceptable that in the face of a scam like this there hasn’t been a strong reaction on the part of the judicial authorities.” A lawyer representing users in one of four class-action lawsuits against Spain-based crypto trading bot developer Arbistar is calling for authorities to take “forceful” action against its CEO.According to a report from Spanish news outlet elDiario.es, lawyer Carlos Aránguez said that the response from authorities in regards to Arbistar CEO Santi Fuentes, who allegedly scammed users out of millions, does not match the severity of his crime. Fuentes has been....


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