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new Securities Fraud case against Vassili Oxenuk
Posted: Wednesday, September 26, 2012
Joined: 9/26/2012
Posts: 2

Mr. Vassili Oxenuk, who was already discussed on this forum is subject to yet another Securities Fraud case at the US District Court, Nevada District. Mr. Vassili Oxenuk has operated several financial and investment companies, often in partnership with Fedor Sannikov. These companies are typically dissolved resulting in losses by investors and/or shareholders and investors Mr. Oxenuk and Mr. Sannikov move on to open new companies based in the same address.

Details of the most recent legal case against Mr. Vassili Oxenuk:

Posted: Friday, October 5, 2012
Joined: 9/26/2012
Posts: 2

the doc in the link below (on page 4) states:

Oxenuk Financial Corp. – Summary Order to Cease and Desist Unlicensed Sales activities and the sale of unregistered securities in Nevada 


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