Victims of PlexCoin can file claims for compensation.
May 21, 2021, | AtoZ Markets -Positive news for the victims of the PlexCorps cryptocurrency scam scheme, also known as PlexCoin.
The United States Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has provided important and positive notice to those affected by this scam on how they can claim compensation to try to recover some of their funds.
All this happened because The SEC notes that the Superior Court of Québec has issued a Claims Procedure Order.
Several investors who had been scammed by this company took the news very positively.
How the Claim Process Will Work
Any investor who considers making a claim contracted by Dominic Lacroix, may do so regardless of its nature.
This can be present and future, certain or contingent, settled or not settled, expired now or at a later time.
Claims related to the acquisition of PlexCoin could even be made in the context of the fundraising that led to the issuance of the PlexCoins, as well as the loans requested by Dominic Lacroix, Sabrina Paradis-Royer, PlexCorps, DL Innov inc. , Micro -Prêts inc. o FinaOne inc.
The deadline established to fill out the form is no later than on August 4, 2021 (the “Claims Bar Date”), but any person who is unable to complete the online claim form may contact by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 1-888-385-0577 to make alternative arrangements for the filing of a Proof of Claim, which must nevertheless be filed with the Receiver at the latest on the Claims Bar Date.
Also, a creditor who has not filed his Proof of Claim with the Receiver before the Claims Bar Date shall not be entitled
to any further notice, shall be forever barred from pursuing a Claim against the Receiver, shall not be entitled to
receive a distribution under any distribution plan approved by the Court in these proceedings, and all such
Claims shall be forever inadmissible.
A Good Opportunity for Those Interested
Pursuant to the judgment of the Court dated October 29, 2020, each creditor is required to demonstrate that he
has a valid and exigible claim against Dominic Lacroix. The filing of a Proof of Claim does not in and of itself
confer a valid and exigible claim, and does not guarantee that such claim will result in the payment of a dividend
pursuant to the distribution plan to be approved by the Court.
In its complaint, the SEC alleged that PlexCorps, and its proprietors Lacroix and Paradis-Royer, fraudulently raised millions of dollars in virtual and fiat currency from the unregistered sales of PlexCoin based on a series of false and misleading statements to potential and actual investors, including misrepresentations about the size and scale of PlexCorps’ operations, the use of funds raised in the PlexCoin ICO, and the amount of funds raised in the PlexCoin ICO.
The SEC charged those involved for with violations of Section 10 (b) of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934.
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