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The other defendants in the CFTC suit are still in Israel.From about 2014, the defendants collected about $100 million from investors, including about $17 million from American investors through credit cards, the CFTC said.In the criminal case, prosecutors estimated the defendants fraudulently marketed $145 million in options, court records show.The Yukom enterprise solicited customers on websites it controlled, including BigOption.com, BinaryBook.com and BinaryOnline.com to invest in commodity swaps even though they were not registered with the CFTC to make the trades, and no such trades were actually made, according to the lawsuit.
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