BRIEF: Zeek Receiver Broadens Reach, Files In Southern District Of Florida — And In Northern Mariana Islands Nearly 15,000 Miles Away

Bird Island, Saipan. Source: website of U.S. District Court for the Northern Mariana Islands.

In yet another demonstration of the reach of the alleged Zeek Rewards Ponzi scheme, court-appointed receiver Kenneth D. Bell has filed paperwork in the Southern District of Florida — and in Northern Mariana Islands District Court.

The Northern Mariana Islands are a U.S. Commonwealth. Saipan is perhaps the best-known island in the chain. The flight distance between Saipan and Miami — the city in which the receiver made the filing in the Southern District of Florida — is about 14,571 miles, according to Flightpedia.

Saipan is more than 3,500 miles southwest of Hawaii, the U.S. island state in the Pacific.

Bell previous filed in Guam, a U.S. territory in the western Pacific.

In August, the SEC described Zeek as a $600 million Ponzi and pyramid scheme with international reach.

Records suggest Bell has filed in more than 70 of the 94 U.S. districts in advance of anticipated clawback actions against Zeek winners.

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One Response to “BRIEF: Zeek Receiver Broadens Reach, Files In Southern District Of Florida — And In Northern Mariana Islands Nearly 15,000 Miles Away”

  1. Run, run illegal profiteers but you can’t hide. Now for the arrogant illegal profiteers who laughed at and made snide remarks about our court system, what do you think now? The noose will be going around the necks shortly and now less see who is laughing and thinks our court system is a joke? Once again, great work Judge Mullen and Mr. Bell.

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