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SEC v. Airborne Wireless Network et al: Complaint

Complaint alleging fraud involving, inter alia, "Cayman Islands bank accounts" in U. S. Securities and Exchange Commission v. Airborne Wireless Network, of Nevada; Kalistratos Kabilafkas, a.k.a. Kelly Kabilafkas, a.k.a. Mark McKinney, of California; Timoleon Kabilafkas, a.k.a. Tim Kabilafkas, of California; Chrysilios Chrysiliou, of California; Panagiotis Bolovis, pf Greece; Jack Edward Daniels, of California; Eric Scheffrey, described as a resident of Colorado and Switzerland, and Moshe Rabin, of Florida, as Defendants, and Timoleon Kabilafkas, in his capacity as trustee of the Tim Kabilafkas Revocable Trust Dated July 24, 2001, and Magdaline Kabilafkas, in her capacity as trustee of the Magdaline Kabilafkas 1989 Trust Dated May 27, 1989, a.k.a. the Magdaline Kabilafkas Revocable Trust, at the U. S. District Court for the Southern District of New York.
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File Size: 461.78 KB

Pages:

54

 

Plaintiff(s)/Applicant(s):

U. S. Securities and Exchange Commission

 

Date:

March 02, 2021

 

Case Number:

Xx Xx Xx

Sector:

Litigation;Regulatory;Securities & Investment

 

Defendant(s)/Respondent(s):

Airborne Wireless Network;Kalistratos Kabilafkas;Timoleon Kabilafkas;Chrysilios Chrysiliou;Panagiotis Bolovis;Jack Edward Daniels;Eric Scheffrey;Moshe Rabin;Tim Kabilafkas Revocable Trust;Magdaline Kabilafkas 1989 Trust;Magdaline Kabilafkas Revocable Trust

 

Court Name - US Federal:

New York - Southern District Court


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