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SEC & MCC – Scam Review

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The SEC has filed a motion seeking authority to serve the Mining Capital Coin defendants using other means.

According to the SEC’s August 26th motion;

Defendants Capuci and Emerson Sousa Pires are currently living in Brazil.

As a result, shortly after filing this matter, the SEC commenced the procedure for serving the Individual Defendants in Brazil by the Hague Service Convention. This procedure is underway.

The SEC claims that serving Capuci (right) under the Hague Service Convention will fulfill the Mining Capital Coin firm defendants’ service obligations.

These are some examples:

MCC International Coin Is a defunct Massachusetts shell corporation
Bitcoin Exchanges – an unincorporated “alter ego” of Capuci’s CPTLCoin Corp – a defunct Massachusetts shell firm
At the time of publishing, the SEC’s alternative service motion was still pending.

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