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Wednesday, 21 July 2021

Mother and son's alleged $12 million scam claimed to use supercomputers for crypto investment


According to the Securities and Exchange Commission’s complaint, Las Vegas-based Joy Kovar and her son Brent raised $12 million from at least 277 retail investors since May 2018 for a company with the suspiciously generic name of Profit Connect Wealth Services.

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