INetGlobal Operator Steve Renner In Custody Of U.S. Marshals Service To Begin Sentence In Tax Case

Steve Renner

Steve Renner is in the custody of the U.S. Marshals Service, the agency said this afternoon.

Renner, 55, was the operator of the INetGlobal autosurf. He was convicted of income-tax evasion in December 2009. On May 5, he was sentenced by U.S. District Judge Donovan Frank to 18 months in prison, although Renner was not immediately jailed after sentencing and was given permission to report on a date uncertain.

His prison term appears now to have begun.

Renner is listed by the Federal Bureau of Prisons as “in transit” to a federal detention facility. The name and location of the facility were not immediately clear, and the Marshals Service said it could not provide any additional details.

INetGlobal continues to be under investigation by the U.S. Secret Service amid allegations Renner was operating an autosurf Ponzi scheme. Renner’s tax case was separate from the INetGlobal probe.

Renner was indicted on the tax charges in September 2008, about a month after the Secret Service raided the Florida headquarters of AdSurfDaily, another alleged autosurf Ponzi scheme.

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