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The CFTC has initiated Hague Convention service on EmpiresX scammers Emerson Pires and Flavio Goncalves. Pires and Goncalves co-founded the EmpiresX Ponzi scheme. Upon learning they were being investigated by US authorities, Pires and Goncalves fled to Brazil. On August 9th, the CFTC provided the court with a Status Report on service of Pires and [Continue reading...]

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