Feds can’t find alleged Longmont Bitcoin scammer so they want to serve him by email

Feds can’t find alleged Longmont Bitcoin scammer so they want to serve him by email

Dillon Dean, courtesy photoLongmont’s Dillon Dean, founding father of Longmont’s The Entrepreneurs Headquarters, is pictured in a screenshot from his YouTube video.

A Longmont man accused in a Bitcoin Ponzi scheme has eluded being served papers by the federal company suing him for allegedly defrauding buyers of greater than $1 million.
Dillon Dean and his firm, The Entrepreneurs Headquarters, in January have been charged by the U.S. Commodity Futures Buying and selling Fee for conducting a “fraudulent Ponzi-style” scheme, misappropriating funds and failing to register with the company.
However the feds have been unable to serve Dean the summons and criticism as a result of “he’s making an attempt to evade service by concealing his whereabouts,” in accordance with courtroom paperwork. The CFTC has requested the courts to permit them to make use of “various types of service,” together with emails to one among 4 accounts related to Dean and his companies.
Within the filings, the company particulars the lengths it went to serve Dean, together with one go to to his dad and mom’ Longmont residence, eight visits to a different handle within the metropolis, cellphone calls and texts, emails to a number of accounts and thru social media.

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