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More top US TelexFree investors named & shamed

In a court filing that flew under the radar until Patrick Pretty reported on it earlier today, TelexFree’s top US investors have been named and shamed. Sorted by the amount of money they stole from victims in the $3 billion dollar Ponzi scheme, the one hundred and five TelexFree affiliates cited in the filing are as follows: [Continue reading...] Source: More top US TelexFree investors named & shamed Read the full article and join in the discussion over at BehindMLM.

telexfree-logoIn a court filing that flew under the radar until Patrick Pretty reported on it earlier today, TelexFree’s top US investors have been named and shamed.

Sorted by the amount of money they stole from victims in the $3 billion dollar Ponzi scheme, the one hundred and five TelexFree affiliates cited in the filing are as follows:

  • Maria Teresa Milagres Neves of Massachusetts – $4.09 million dollars
  • Benjamin Argueta of Massachusetts – $4.01 million dollars
  • Marcos Lana of Massachusetts – $3.15 million dollars
  • Alexandro Rocha of Massachusetts – $3.11 million dollars
  • Luiz Antonio Da Silva of Massachusetts – $2.7 million dollars
  • Jose Neto of Massachusetts – $2.6 million dollars
  • Julio C. Paz of Massachusetts – $2.4 million dollars
  • Bruno Graziani of Massachusetts – $2.4 million dollars
  • Eduardo N Silva of Florida – $2.4 million dollars
  • Michel Cristiano Santolin De Arruda of Massachusetts –  $2.1 million dollars
  • Francisdalva Siqueira of Florida – $2.03 million dollars
  • Alexander N. Aurio of California – $2.02 million dollars
  • Amilcar Lopez of Massachusetts – $1.76 million dollars
  • Renato Sacramento of Florida – $1.73 million dollars
  • Euzebio Sudre Neto of Massachusetts – $1.67 million dollars
  • Julio Silva of Florida – $1.57 million dollars
  • Davidson R. Teixeira of Massachusetts – $1.54 million dollars
  • Jose Carlos Maciel of Massachusetts – $1.5 million dollars
  • Jesus Osuna of California – $1.39 million dollars
  • Chai Hock Ng of New York – $1.38 million dollars
  • Hugo Alvarado of Massachusetts – $1.34 million dollars
  • Ana R. Ramos of Massachusetts – $1.32 million dollars
  • Edilene Storck Navarro of Massachusetts – $1.29 million dollars
  • Gelalin-3377, LLC of Massachusetts – $1.26 million dollars
  • Helio Barbosa of Massachusetts  – $1.22 million dollars
  • Linda Suzanne Hackett of Massachusetts – $1.2 million dollars
  • Soraya Ferreira of Florida – $1.19 million dollars
  • Ruddy Abreau of Massachusetts – $1.18 million dollars
  • Edson F Souza of Florida – $1.14 million dollars
  • Vaming Services of California – $1.13 million dollars
  • Jorge Antonio Mejia Sequeira of California – $1.13 million dollars
  • Rodrigo Castro of Texas – $1.08 million dollars
  • Marco Almeida of New Jersey – $1.08 million dollars
  • David Reis of Massachusetts – $1.03 million dollars
  • Rodrigo Montemor of Massachusetts – $1 million dollars
  • Ana Santos of New Jersey – $985,770
  • Wesley Dias of Florida – $968,101
  • Timex Research Consulting Inc. of New York – $919,922
  • Celso Roberto Silva Filho of New Jersey – $916,169
  • Team Global Adverting (sic) LLC of Texas – $896,347
  • LWC Marketing LLC of California – $896,347
  • Bartolo Castilo of Texas – $888,879
  • Gaspar Jesus of Massachusetts – $882,936
  • Laureano Arellano of Utah – $859,545
  • Aaron Ataide of California  – $855,234
  • Luisa E. Lopez of Massachusetts – $843,008
  • Marcio Souza Nery of Massachusetts – $829,989
  • Debora C. Brasil of Florida – $821,265
  • Joelito Souza Caldas Junior of Florida – $819,345
  • Rosane Cruz of Massachusetts – $819,327
  • United Group USA of Florida – $819,147
  • Jean 2004 Enterprise Corp of Florida – $811,611
  • Rudmar Gentil of Massachusetts – $763,723
  • New Generation Med Supply Inc. of New York – $749,315
  • Daneng Xiong of California – $748,427
  • Carlos Alfaro of New York – $735,050
  • Omar Quinonez of Florida – $739,057
  • Carlos C. Dejesus of Massachusetts – $736,061
  • Lusette Balan of Massachusetts – $721,287
  • Technovia Inc. of Massachusetts – $713,262
  • Faith Sloan of Vancouver – $710,319
  • Mariza S Morinelli of Florida – $701,140
  • Nubia R Goulart of Massachusetts – $689,351
  • Roberto Nunez of Massachusetts – $685,145
  • Gilson Nassar of Florida – $681,059
  • Bingjian Pan of New York – $665,567
  • Yue Chen of California – $646,533
  • Rodrigo R Breda of Maryland – $645,136
  • Paulo Giuliano Diogenes De Bessa Rosado of New Jersey – $643,139
  • Jose Miguel Filho of Massachusetts – $634,336
  • Bilkish Sunesara of Texas – $633,692
  • Lan Lan Ji of New York – $626,604
  • Ezau Soares Ferreira of Massachusetts – $625,373
  • Venerando Contreras of Nevada – $621,856
  • Jap International Network LLC of Florida – $612,248
  • Andres Bolivar Estevez of New York – $609,258
  • Walace Augusto Da Silva of Massachusetts – $599,048
  • Fabiana Acacia Da Cruz Dos Santos of Florida – $590,563
  • Eddie Alberto Duverge of Massachusetts – $589,258
  • Global Marketing Strategies of Washington – $584,816
  • Carlos Vanterpool of Florida – $583,242
  • Devendra Shah of New Jersey – $576,112
  • Pat Jackson of Missouri  – $573,572
  • Silverio Reyes of Massachusetts – $572,581
  • Jose Lopez of Massachusetts – $564,454
  • Dwayne Jones of New York – $561,487
  • Gerald Agnew of Maryland – $551,046
  • Joseph Pietropaolo of Texas – $548,479
  • Jamilson Marcos Conceicao of Florida – $545,711
  • Sonya Crosby (wife of Randy Crosby) of Georgia – $541,450
  • Wesley Nascimento Alves of Massachusetts – $538,507
  • Antonio Oliveira of Massachusetts – $534,087
  • Ronei Barreto of New York – $524,096
  • Ana Rosa Lopez of Texas – $523,495
  • Milagros Adames of Massachusetts – $520,902
  • Lm Davar Inc. of Florida – $518,677
  • Frantz Balan of Massachusetts – $516,875
  • Parrot Bay Homes, Inc. of Florida – $516,365
  • Edgar Borelli of Massachusetts – $512,609
  • Ricardo Fabin of Massachusetts – $507,693
  • Daniel Chavez of California – $505,079
  • Faustino Torres of Florida – $502,770
  • Randy Crosby of Georgia – $487,621
  • Marcelo Dasilva of Massachusetts – $430,469
  • Gladys Alvarado of Massachusetts – $259,764

TelexFree Trustee Stephen Darr’s filing is a “Proposed Amended Complaint”. The complaint seeks to appoint “the largest net-winners” of TelexFree as Class Representatives.

Once appointed, the named TelexFree investors above will represent approximately 15,000 net-winner investors. In a nutshell, they’ll be responsible for arguing why net-winner investors who stole from TelexFree’s victims shouldn’t have to pay the money back.

If the Class Representatives lose in court, TelexFree’s net-winners will then be subject to clawback litigation.

Darr’s Amended Complaint adds an additional eighty-two net-winners to the Class Representatives group. The original clawback litigation was filed back in January.

A hearing in the bankruptcy case was held on April 13th, which granted Darr permission to proceed with the victim claims process.

As of yet though there’s nothing on the docket pertaining to the appoint of a net-winner Class Representative group.

Stay tuned…

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