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On August 1st the SEC filed civil fraud charges against Forsage co-founder Vladimir “Lado” Okhotnikov. The regulator alleges Forsage is a $300 million dollar Ponzi scheme. That same day Okhotnikov doubled down and held a webinar titled, “Burning Question to Meta Force Founder”. You’d be wrong if you thought addressing the SEC’s lawsuit was a [Continue reading...]

Source: Okhotnikov doubles down on Forsage fraud with MetaForce

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