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Documents pending in US courts show 777 partners ‘broken’;  Watch the video

Documents pending in US courts show 777 partners ‘broken’; Watch the video

Documents pending in US courts show 777 partners ‘broken’; Watch the video

Lost everything! | EXCLUSIVE: 777 Admits In US Court He Broke // Expresso Trio #43

EXCLUSIVE – Expresso had access to now-unpublished documents from 1923 US courts in which for the first time 777 partners publicly acknowledge its inability to pay. In other words: the US Department of Justice admitted that 777 was insolvent. It’s broken!

Our investigative legal reporter Danilo Tanda Dantesco explains the situation.

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🚨 777 For the first time, in a process implemented in US justice, it acknowledges that it is in rapid financial decline.

Also, the holding company did not pay $15 million related to the said process.

Background: English fund Leadenhall took legal action and collected $609 million for the 777.

In documents of the action filed by Leadenhall, 777 admits that the funds were not even close to the amount it was collecting on its account.

If 777 doesn’t return the money, or come up with a plan to do so, co-founders Josh Vander and Steve Pascoe, along with some of the company’s former employees, will face criminal charges in North American courts.

📰 | @Danteskoo – @expresso1923

📸 | Daniel Ramelho

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