Kassem Dakhlallah et al v. Refinable et al: Complaint (‘FINE Token Crypto Fraud’)

Complaint alleging fraud involving the ‘FINE Token’ cryptocurrency in Kassem M. Dakhlallah, Tarik Turfe, and Abedellatif Aoun v. Nicholas Chan, described as a resident of Hong Kong; Maxim Geerinck, described as a resident of Belgium; Jonas Snellinckx, described as a resident of Belgium; Nicholas Au, described as a resident of Hong Kong; Albert Chan, described as a resident of Hong Kong; Benjamin Tse, described as a resident of Pasadena, California; Michael Gu, described as a resident of Hong Kong; Elvin Cheung, described as a resident of Hong Kong, and Refinable, described as being domiciled in Hong Kong, at the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan.


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    July 06, 2022
    Nicholas Chan, Maxim Geerinck, Jonas Snellinckx, Nicholas Au, Albert Chan, Benjamin Tse, Michael Gu, Elvin Cheung, Refinable
    Kassem M. Dakhlallah, Tarik Turfe, Abedellatif Aoun
    Xx Xx Xx
    Fraud
    Tarek Chami, David Chami, Price Law Group, Chami Law