Cayman Enterprise City Ltd. v. BCT Inc. SEZC et al: Complaint

Complaint in Cayman Enterprise City Ltd. v. BCT Inc. SEZC and BCT Foundation at the Summary Court of the Cayman Islands. Editor’s Note: On its website at www.bct.io, BCT is described as a “blockchain terminal” that provides a “Gateway to the Global Cryptocurrency Market” and “raised $31 million in its 2018 ICO”. Research by OffshoreAlert showed that BCT Inc. SEZC was formed in the Cayman Islands on February 9th, 2018 and, in a “Form D” filing with the SEC on June 28th, 2018, BCT Inc. SEZC identified its “Related Persons” as Edith Pardo Mehler, “President”, of Bloomfield, New Jersey, and Deborah Cowper, “Executive Officer”. BCT SEZC and Edith Pardo are defendants in a fraud complaint filed by the U. S. Securities and Exchange Commission at federal court in Newark, New Jersey, on January 17th, 2020. In that complaint, it was alleged that the company’s controlling person is Boaz Manor, a citizen of Canada. Manor and Edith Pardo were also each criminally indicted on one count of conspiracy to commit wire fraud, three counts of wire fraud, and one count of securities fraud at the same court on January 16th, 2020 regarding the same alleged scheme involving BCT.


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    January 15, 2020
    BCT Inc. SEZC, BCT Foundation
    Priestleys
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    Crypto, Litigation
    Cayman Enterprise City Ltd.