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US trading in NZ-linked forex trader suspended

The alleged pyramid scheme solicited more than $HK111 million from at least 130 investors.

Hamish McNicol
Mon, 18 Apr 2016

A foreign exchange company with New Zealand links has had its trading suspended by the US Securities and Exchange Commission because of the questionable accuracy of its “delinquent” filings.

Taiwanese authorities swooped on Maxim Trader Group last year after stumbling across the apparent pyramid

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Hamish McNicol
Mon, 18 Apr 2016
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