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Securities Fraud II

The SEC claims Southern Californians Scott Charles Messier and Jay Zola Scoratow took more than $2 million in fraudulent “commissions” from selling microcap stocks, in federal court.

SAN DIEGO — The SEC claims in a federal complaint that Scott Charles Messier and Jay Zola Scoratow, both of Southern California, took more than $2 million in fraudulent “commissions” from selling microcap stocks.

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