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Florida court issues order for preliminary injunction against binary options fraudsters

“Defendants Jason B. Scharf, A&J Media, Michael Shah, and Zilmil consented to the entry of the order for preliminary injunction, whereas defendants CIT Investments, Brevspand, and CIT Anguilla have failed to appear or show cause why a preliminary injunction should not be issued against them” reports financefeeds.com. The fraudulent practices of the above-mentioned binary options firms included promises of artificially high returns, bonuses and happy life.Zilmil, which directed customers to binary options websites, for instance, sent more than 60 million fraudulent emails to more than 1.4 million unique email addresses in a seven-month period.
 
Source: financefeeds.com



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