SEC quer Sann Rodrigues PRESO por MENTIR

Publicado a 28 Agosto 2015

Sann RodriguesSann Rodrigues está com dificuldades em enganar as autoridades dos EUA. SEC quer Sann de volta à prisão, novamente, por desobediência. Tudo sobre este assunto!

No último ano, quando a SEC bloqueou a TelexFREE, Sanderley Rodrigues recebeu uma ordem de restrição temporária. Mais tarde essa ordem foi convertido para uma injunção preliminar, onde Sann foi proibido de cometer qualquer acto de fraude.

O que Sann pensa sobre ser proibido de cometer mais actos fraudulentos não é claro, mas algum tempo depois já estava a enganar pessoas na iFreex.

Com a missão de manter Sann Rodrigues responsável por violar repetidamente os termos da sua liminar, a SEC pediu agora para que ele fosse preso por desobediência.

No pedido de 12 agosto “Motion to Hold Defendant Sanderley Rodrigues In Contempt“, a SEC acusa Sann de violar repetidamente as ordens da justiça.

Como parte do caso civil da TelexFree na justiça dos EUA, Sann foi obrigado a enviar informações à SEC, com o registo detalho das suas contas bancárias em maio 2014.

Praticamente um ano depois, ele ainda está a “jogar joguinhos” com esta autoridade dos EUA:

On July 30, 2015 – more than one month after the Court’s latest deadline – Rodrigues finally submitted an accounting.

Although he signed the accounting under the pains and penalty of perjury, it is materially incomplete and misleading in many respects.

Será que Sann Rodrigues pensa que a SEC é assim tão tonta, que não consegue ver a verdade?

Bem! Para começar ele tentou mentir descaradamente sobre as comissões que ganhou na TelexFree:

In his accounting, Rodrigues repeatedly claimed that he received only $49,000 and that TelexFree had not paid him the other
commissions to which he was entitled.

Those statements are false.

Rodrigues received more than $1.3 million in connection with TelexFree, including more than $282,000 from TelexFree accounts and more than $669,000 from sources that explicitly linked the payments to TelexFree.

The latter figure includes $239,000 that was deposited into an account he did not identify in the name of a shell company he did not identify (SCZV).

Antes da fraude multinível ter sido bloqueada, Sann disse que ganhou cerca de 3 milhões de dólares na TelexFree.

Apesar do congelamento de bens a que está obrigado pela liminar,

Rodrigues conducted financial and other transactions through a multitude of shell companies: Atlantic Star USA Inc. (“Atlantic Star”), Atlas Global TrustLLC (“Atlas Global”), Ayin Investments, LLC (“Ayin Investments”), JMJM Logistics LLC
(“JMJM”), SCZV LLC (“SCZV”), SMA Logistics, LLC (“SMA Logistics”), VICSS, Inc. (“VICSS”), World Global Business Inc. (“World Global”), WWW Global Business Inc. (“WWW Global”), and ZVX Investment Corp. (“ZVX Investment”).

Vale a pena lembrar que nenhuma dessas empresas é legítima. Só foram criadas para Sann continuar a defraudar ao máximo.

Sann Rodrigues não entregou todos os detalhes das contas bancárias que é dono, porquê? É simples! Porque tem muita coisa a esconder:

(Rodrigues) and his wife had a brokerage account at Wells Fargo Advisors (“Wells Fargo”), and he maintained a total of six accounts at JPMorgan Chase (“JPMorgan”) and BMO Harris Bank (“BMO Harris”) for four of his shell companies: JMJM Logistics, SMA Logistics, WWW Global, and ZVX Investment.

As of April 19, 2014, the total amount in the accounts was more than $1.5 million.

As of April 19, 2014, the Commission staff had not sent the TRO and Asset Freeze to BMO Harris, because the staff had not yet seen evidence that Rodrigues maintained accounts there.

If he had submitted the accounting when originally required, the Commission would have learned about the BMO Harris accounts at that time.

Instead, it took more than one year before the Commission staff found evidence of the accounts and notified BMO Harris about the Asset Freeze.

Sann não disse toda a verdade à SEC, com a intenção de continuar a burlar otários e viver uma vida cheia de luxos, com bons carros, uma mansão e muitas viagens.

During the intervening year, Rodrigues moved thousands of dollars in and out of the BMO Harris accounts.

Between April 21 and April 25, 2014, Rodrigues withdrew a total of $21,600 from the BMO Harris accounts for SMA Logistics and ZVX Investment.

The withdrawal of these funds violated the Asset Freeze.

On May 1, 2014, Rodrigues withdrew $211,473 to close the JPMorgan account for WWW Global. The withdrawal – which JPMorgan processed by mistake – was in the form of a cashier’s check payable to a third party.

The withdrawal of these funds violated the Asset Freeze.

Between May 2014 and February 2015, Rodrigues used an account at PayPal, an online payment service provider, to deposit more than $152,000 and withdraw more than $176,000.

The available documents do not identify the source of all funds that passed through the PayPal account.

To the extent that the funds were in the possession or control of Rodrigues on May 8, 2014 (when the Court entered the PI and Asset Freeze) or were derived from the sale of assets in his possession or control on that date, the withdrawals violated the Asset Freeze.

To the extent that Rodrigues withdrew more money from the PayPal account than he deposited, the draws on this de facto credit arrangement violated the Asset Freeze.

Between June 2014 and April 2015, Rodrigues opened five new accounts for himself and his shell companies at BMO Harris, Regions Bank, SunTrust Bank, and CenterState Bank of Florida. He used those accounts to deposit more than $502,000 and withdraw more than $295,000.

The available documents do not identify the source of all funds that passed through these accounts.

To the extent that the funds were in the possession or control of Rodrigues on May 8, 2014 or were derived from the sale of assets in his possession or control on that date, the withdrawals violated the Asset Freeze.

Aparentemente Sann devia pensar que era opção ter o bens congelados pela justiça dos EUA. Andou este tempo todo a brincar com as autoridades!

Com os fundos que Sann procurou esconder da SEC, durante este tempo andou a fazer negócios com automóveis de luxo.

On April 25, 2014, Rodrigues caused WWW Global to transfer a 2007 Lamborghini Gallardo sports car to an individual named Daniel Filho. (WWW Global had paid $100,000 for the car in September 2013.)

Daniel Filho está na prisão por ter criado a fraude DFRF Enterprises, um esquema Ponzi de milhões de dólares que Sann ajudou a promover.

According to the Notice of Sale, the transfer was a “gift” to Filho.

The “gift” of the Lamborghini – only six days after Rodrigues was served with the TRO and Asset Freeze – violated the Asset Freeze.

Nos dados financeiros que Sann entregou à SEC, sob pena de perjúrio, ele afirmou que Daniel nunca lhe pagou.

Daniel Filho, dono da fraude DFRF Enteprises (fonte: youtube.com)

É totalmente mentira! Daniel Filho ajudou Sann Rodrigues a liquidar todos os seus automóveis:

In his accounting, Rodrigues stated that, in March 2015, he transferred the title to four automobiles (2007 Lamborghini, 2005 Ferrari, 2007 Mercedes, and 2010 Mercedes) worth $260,000 to an individual named Daniel Filho, and that Filho never paid him.

Those statements are false.

On April 25, 2014, WWW Global transferred the 2007 Lamborghini to Filho as a “gift”.

On April 29, 2014, WWW Global sold the 2007 Mercedes to a car dealer for $22,000.

On May 8, 2014, WWW Global sold the 2005 Ferrari to a car dealer that paid $79,700 to the recipient whom Rodrigues had designated.

All three transactions took place less than one month after Rodrigues was notified that his assets were frozen.

Further, in March 2015, WWW Global received $150,000 from Filho.

Para depois transferir o dinheiro para empresas fantasmas, com o objetivo de ninguém descobrir.

On April 29, 2014, Rodrigues caused WWW Global to sell a 2007 Mercedes Benz CLS to a car dealer in Pompano Beach, Florida, for $22,000.

The sale of the Mercedes Benz – only ten days after Rodrigues was served with the TRO and Asset Freeze – violated the
Asset Freeze.

On May 8, 2014, Rodrigues caused WWW Global to sell a 2005 Ferrari F430 sports car to a car dealer in Orlando, Florida.

On May 23, the dealer paid $79,700 to the person designated in a power of attorney concerning the Ferrari that Rodrigues had executed on April 25, 2014.

The sale of the Ferrari – less than three weeks after Rodrigues was served with the TRO and Asset Freeze – violated the Asset Freeze.

Sabendo ou não, a mulher de Sann Rodrigues foi uma cúmplice em algumas das violações:

On June 6, 2014, Rodrigues and his wife purchased a 2013 BMW X6 automobile that cost $59,621.

Although the Bill of Sale listed his wife as the buyer, Rodrigues used a credit card in his name to make initial payments totaling $41,000.

The credit card charges violated the Asset Freeze.

Já estamos a ver o Sann pensou: Bem.. querida, se eu não posso comprar um carro, se eu colocar no teu nome não existem problemas…

Talvez o seu bem mais precioso, a sua mansão, Sann também fez de tudo para proteger.

On May 5, 2014, Rodrigues caused SCZV to transfer his family’s home in Davenport, Florida, for $100 to an entity called Five Star Investments & Properties, LLC (“Five Star”).

Five Star was organized on April 30, 2014 in Florida by a third party. At some point prior to April 8, 2015, however, one of Rodrigues’s shell companies (Atlantic Star) became the manager of Five Star.

Rodrigues had paid $425,000 for the house in March 2013 and had transferred the title to SCZV in September 2013.

The transfer – barely two weeks after Rodrigues was served with the TRO and Asset Freeze – violated the Asset Freeze

Humm… parece muito legítimo. Vender uma casa de $425,000 por $100.

Também fez o mesmo com outros imóveis:

On May 6, 2014, Rodrigues caused SCZV and Ayin Investments to transfer one condominium and three single-family houses in West Palm Beach, Florida, to Five Star for $10 each.

The companies had paid a total of $268,400 for the properties between October 2013 and January 2014.

The transfers – less than three weeks after Rodrigues was served with the TRO and Asset Freeze – violated the Asset Freeze.

Novamente, vários imóveis de $268,000 por apenas $10. Tudo muito legal!

Claramente a SEC está farta dos “jogos” de Sann Rodrigues, ao concluir que:

Since April 16, 2014, Rodrigues has been subject to orders of the Court freezing all his assets.

He has flouted the freeze orders with reckless abandon. He has moved hundreds of thousands of dollars using accounts at banks that had not been notified about the asset freeze, plus an account with an online payment service provider.

He has bought and sold expensive automobiles. He has even transferred the title to his home and four other parcels of real estate.

Enough is enough. Rodrigues should be held in civil contempt.

Ordering Rodrigues to identify his accounts and return assets transferred in violation of the freeze would simply amount to ordering him to do what he has already been ordered to do on several occasions, or to correct what he should never have done at all.

A SEC sugere que Sann seja mandado de volta para a prisão, devido às violações repetidas e flagrantes em relação ao pedido do tribunal.

As a means of encouraging compliance, some courts send the offending party to jail until he cures the civil contempt.

That sanction is fully warranted here. The Court should order that Rodrigues be returned to jail until he identifies all his current accounts and restores all assets transferred or disposed of in violation of the Asset Freeze.

In addition, the Court should warn Rodrigues that his answer will be stricken if he does not cure the contempt in the manner prescribed by the Court.

Neste momento, Sann Rodrigues está em prisão domiciliária, depois de pagar um fiança de 200 mil dólares, em relação ao caso da fraude na obtenção do visto.

Agora é esperar para ver como Sann reage a esta descoberta e ao pedido da SEC.

Atualização 21 agosto 2015: Seguindo o caso de fraude na obtenção do visto de residência nos EUA, Sann Rodrigues vai ser ouvido a 15 setembro 2015.