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SEC v. Denis Sotnikov et al: Complaint

Complaint regarding alleging investment fraud involving, inter alia, a bank account in Hong Kong and a domain name registered in Cyprus in U. S. Securities and Exchange Commission v. Denis Georgiyevich Sotnikov, a citizen of Russia residing in Florida; Adaptive Technology LLC, AGQ Business Group LLC, ATL Business Group LLC, BO&SA Corporation, DN Industrial LLC, and Expert Digital LLC, as Defendants, and Natalia Aleksandrovna Mazitova, a citizen of Russia; Great Imperial LLC, HRC Clearing House LLC, and Inteko Cargo LLC, as Relief Defendants, at the U. S. District Court for the District of New Jersey.

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Litigation;Regulatory;Securities & Investment



Denis Georgiyevich Sotnikov;Adaptive Technology LLC;AGQ Business Group LLC;ATL Business Group LLC;BO&SA Corporation;DN Industrial LLC;Expert Digital LLC;Natalia Aleksandrovna Mazitova;Great Imperial LLC;HRC Clearing House LLC;Inteko Cargo LLC


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New Jersey - District Court





U. S. Securities and Exchange Commission



March 13, 2020


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