This was confirmed by the Canadian investigative journalist PatrickPretty this morning (October 19th 2015)
Patrick was a member of the Canadian Police before he became a journalist and he has become one of the the World’s top investigators in the field of ponzi schemes and Internet crime. Patrick reports the fact that
“The United States government, including Homeland Security Investigations and the Washington, D.C. F[i]nancial Crimes Task Force, is currently conducting a criminal investigation. As part of that investigation, the United States Attorney’s Office for the District of Columbia has requested a United States District Judge to pause curr[en]t civil litigation relating to Payza and Obopay. The Judge has paused the litigation until January 22, 2016. Shortly after that date, additional information will be made available on this website about the status of this investigation.”
Patrick encourages those who have lost money to unscupulous payment processors to report the matter to a 34 nation coalition to fignt pyramid schemes and cross border scams. International Consumer Protection and Enforcement Network or ICPEN.
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