SEC Brings Fraud Charges Involving Marley Coffee Stock

The Securities and Exchange Commission filed fraud charges against individuals involved in a $78 million pump-and-dump scheme of the stock of Jammin’ Java, a company that operates as Marley Coffee and uses trademarks of late reggae artist Bob Marley to sell coffee products. British twin brothers Alexander Hunter and Thomas Hunter were also previously charged in a separate SEC case for touting multiple penny stocks, including Jammin' Java, using a fake stock picking robot. Click here to read more.

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