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CHANHASSEN, Minnesota, April 18, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Analytics, a remission administrator working for the US Department of Justice, announces the following:
U.S. v. Assets Described in "Attachment A" To the Verified Complaint for Forfeiture in Rem (M.D. Fla.) and U.S. v. Sixty-Four 68.5 lbs (Approx.) Silver Bars, et al. (M.D. Fla.)
The United States Government obtained a judgment in federal district court resulting in the forfeiture of approximately $40 million in bank funds and $138 million worth of gold and silver which were seized by federal authorities for their involvement in a fraud perpetrated by Evolution Market Group (EMG) doing business as Finanzas Forex (FFX). These proceeds will be distributed to eligible victims through a process called "remission." Authority to grant remission rests with the US Department of Justice, pursuant to the Code of Federal Regulations, Chapter 28, Part 9 (2010).
Analytics, a remission administrator working for the US Department of Justice, is mailing Petition Forms to victims of the EMG/FFX investment fraud in more than 60 countries.
Victims of EMG have until July 14, 2016 to complete the Petition Form and return it to the remission administrator in order to be considered for remission. Completed Petition forms may also be submitted by email to firstname.lastname@example.org or via the online Petition Form submission website at www.emg-ffxremission.com.
Victims who have questions should call the remission administrator at (855) 763-9455. International callers may dial +1 (641) 323-1345 to hear information about the remission process.
Investment decisions demand time and careful consideration. For more information see: www.consumer.ftc.gov/articles/0238-investment-risks
CONTACT: Caroline Barazesh, +1 (952) 404-5709