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The SEC has charged eleven Forsage Ponzi promoters with securities fraud. The SEC claims Forsage is a $300 million dollar Ponzi scheme. Forsage owner Vladimir “Lado” Okhotnikov is among the eleven defendants. The SEC’s complaint was filed on August 1st and names the following defendants: Vladimir “Lado” Okhotnikov (right, public face of Forsage, Russian national [Continue reading...]

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