David Smith pleads guilty to $220 million forex ponzi scheme

Reported by Michael Greenberg, of ForexMagnates.com:

David Smith pleaded guilty,  in Orlando federal court Tuesday, to four counts of wire fraud, a count of conspiracy to commit money laundering, and 18 counts of money laundering. Smith was once a principal of I-Trade, which was fined by the National Futures Association (NFA) for failing to implement adequate AML procedures. I-Trade subsequently ceased doing business and reemerged as eforex, whose clients were recently acquired by Ava FX.


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