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BMFN founder David Batten was charged with Bo $90 million fraud charges!

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  • BMFN founder David Batten was charged with Bo $90 million fraud charges!

    The British administration, founder David BMFN Bo Financial Corporation of Barton (David Batten)
    BMFN UK accepts FCA Financial Conduct Authority, regulation of financial market conduct, license number: 671108. But we looked up the regulatory license and found that no one, the regulated company was Infinity International Limited, not BMFN UK, so many people mistaken that BMFN was regulated by the UK.

    According to the British regulatory agency, David Batten and his conspirators have cheated more than $90 million of investors' money to buy private planes and millions of dollars of luxury homes, as well as expensive cars and extravagant entertainment.

    The British Regulatory Commission made a complaint in March 30, 2018 and alleges that David Batten (David Batten) and his wife Baittany Liberty, his lawyer Georges Mewrcus, his cousin David Liberty and his cousin Paul Hass, enticed investors to invest in BMFN BOM empty shell company, which has no qualification and any supervision!

    The British regulatory agency also said that David Batten and his conspirators lied to investors about the actual valuation and financial situation of BMFN BOM finance. According to the complaint, Barton and Barton (David Batten) and his associates made a black deal behind them. They took the money as their own, and used a virtual platform to make investors trade.

    "As we say in the complaint, these investors see BMFN BOM finance is a promising and profitable investment financial company," said Paul Levenson, director of the Boston Regional Office of the securities and Exchange Commission. "Such a high-income, high reporting financial shell company has considerable attraction, but buyers need to know what they are buying. This unscrupulous operator defrauded ordinary investors' investment platform. It's hard to be evaluated!

    The accusation raised by the British Regulatory Commission in the federal court accused the defendant of violating the federal securities law's anti fraud and registration regulations.