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Kingsley Ezeude and Chukwuka Obi respectively invested $2216 and $2238 into the Traffic Monsoon Ponzi scheme. Back in May the pair sued PayPal, alleging PayPal as aware that Traffic Monsoon was operating a Ponzi/pyramid scheme and that Traffic Monsoon was commingling investor money and paying existing investors with new investors money, in obvious Ponzi/pyramid scheme [Continue reading...]

Source: Traffic Monsoon investor Paypal case stayed

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