SEC Makes Charges in Digital Asset Fraud Scheme
The SEC recently charged two individuals, Kristijan Krstic and John DeMarr, with fraudulently inducing investments in sham digital asset businesses known as Start Options and Bitcoiin2Gen. Robin Enos was also charged with aiding and abetting. The SEC alleges that the offerings for each company remained unregistered and that claims made in advertising and promotional materials leading up to their digital asset’s “launch” were false and served the purpose of misappropriating investor’s funds.
The SEC prosecutes these violations in court, but it is the responsibility of each investor to sue for damages when they are harmed. If you have been harmed by aggressive sales tactics or fraudulent inducement to invest, you should speak to an attorney who is familiar with the complexities of bringing on a successful lawsuit. Call the attorneys at Warren Law Group for a free confidential consultation at (866) 954-7687 or email us at email@example.com.