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Cryptocurrency group Arbitrade sued in Bermuda for ‘unpaid rates’

Fraudulent cryptocurrency group Arbitrade, which purchased a seven-floor office building in Bermuda in 2018 that it has apparently never occupied, is being sued for $168,101 in allegedly unpaid "rates" by the municipal government that administers the jurisdiction's capital city of Hamilton, where the property is located.

Malcolm Duncan v. Max Barber et al: Complaint

Complaint alleging fraud regarding "gold casts of President Nelson Mandela's hands" and a Bermuda/Canada-based cryptocurrency group known as 'Arbitrade' in Malcolm Duncan, of Texas v. Max Barber, of Utah; SION Trading FZE, of Ras Al Khaimah, in the United Arab Emirates, and Barlan Enterprises Ltd., d.b.a. Guernsey's, of New York, at the Supreme Court of the State of New York, County of New York.

Bermuda law firm Trott & Duncan sued for $18M by US insurer client

Bermuda law firm Trott & Duncan is being sued for damages that could total more than $18 million by a client, Florida-based Fidelity National Title Insurance Company, which alleges negligence regarding the legal advice it received concerning a property development that collapsed in suspicious circumstances.