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A federal grand jury in Cleveland has returned a five-count indictment charging Dominic Lacroix, 38, Yan Ouellet, 36, and Sabrina Paradis-Royer, 26, all of Quebec, Canada, with conspiracy to commit securities fraud and wire fraud, wire fraud, and money laundering.
“While technology and investing methods evolve, one constant remains: securities fraud destroys lives and deprives victims of their hard-earned money and savings,” said U.S. Attorney Justin Herdman. “Digital currencies are a new form of investment, and much like conventional securities, you should do your homework and understand exactly what you’re getting into before investing.”
“This investigation demonstrates the FBI Cleveland’s Midwestern Cryptocurrency Task Force’s advanced expertise in dealing with cryptocurrency issues,” said FBI Special Agent in Charge Eric B. Smith. “The FBI Cleveland and its task force partners are dedicated to ensuring that modern and emerging financial technology is not used to rob and evade law enforcement scrutiny.”
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The website of the Canadian Receiver, which contains material in both English and French, as well as investor updates, can be found here. The Receiver’s website has an English version of the proposed plan here.
The Receiver filed a motion on March 4, 2021, seeking approval of a Claims Procedure Order. The proposed order is available in English here, and the entire (translated) motion is available here.
The Receiver filed an amended Claims Procedure Order on or around March 19, 2021; an English version of the revised Order can be found here, and a comparison of the revised Order to the original Order can be found here. Please notify the Receiver of your intent to appeal the request for acceptance of a Claims Procedure Order by April 1, 2021 at [email protected]
In connection with the PlexCoin project, Lacroix is accused of making distributions without a prospectus and making misleading claims regarding securities transactions. Paradis-Royer and Yan Ouellet have been charged with rendering PlexCoin distributions without a prospectus.
Following a request from the AMF, the Financial Markets Regulatory Tribunal imposed freeze orders on Lacroix and Paradis-personal Royer’s property, bank accounts, and cybercurrencies between July 2017 and May 2018.
The Quebec charges come eight months after Lacroix and Paradis-Royer, the founders of PlexCoin Initial Coin Offering, agreed to pay almost $7 million to the United States District Court for the Eastern District of New York.
According to a complaint filed with the US Securities and Exchange Commission on Dec. 1, 2017, the two fraudulently raised millions of dollars in unregistered PlexCoin sales “based on a series of false and misleading claims to potential and real investors, including misrepresentations about the size and scale of PlexCorps’ operations, the use of funds raised in the PlexCoin ICO, and the size and scale of PlexCorps’ operations.”