Two Masterminds in Last Ditch Effort to Stall Liquidation of MTI

Two Masterminds in Last Ditch Effort to Stall Liquidation of MTI

In a last-ditch attempt to stall the sale of Mirror Trading International (MTI) assets, two masterminds of the collapsed bitcoin Ponzi scheme have warned investors that liquidating the investment company will likely result in them being asked to return all withdrawn bitcoins. Opposition to Attempts at Declaring MTI a Ponzi Scheme In a court filing that opposes attempts to declare MTI “an illegal business,” Clynton and Cheri Marks insist that such a step will in fact cause investors to “forfeit everything to the state.” As the Mybroadband report reveals, the....


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