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SCOVILLE LEGAL FUND SETUP BY THE PARENTS OF CHARLES SCOVILLE.
THIS FUND WAS SETUP BY SHIRLEY SCOVILLE , MOTHER OF CHARLES SCOVILLE
THIS WEBSITE IS SETUP BY LOYAL MEMBERS AND CONTAINS NO ADVERTISING
Total So Far $26,891.74
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THIS IS AN OFFICIAL PAGE SETUP BY PINAKEE AND THOSE WHO BELIEVE IN TM ALL MONIES COLLECTED WILL GO TOWARDS LEGAL COSTS ONLY AND NOTHING ELSE
THE NEED: The Scoville Legal Defense Fund has been created to allow people to contribute funds that will be used to pay legal fees for Charles David Scoville related to Securities and Exchange Commission v. Traffic Monsoon et al, Case # 2:16-cv-00832. Charles will not own or control these funds as they will be sent directly to his legal team from this fund. The SEC seized all of Charles’ business and personal funds, and therefore, has no funds for his defense without support.
HOW TO DONATE:
Go to your bank with the information below and ask your banker for help in sending a WIRE TRANSFER directly from your account into the fund. Every penny received will go to legal fees.
Scoville Legal Defense Fund
BBVA Compass Bank
11210 Huron St.
Northglenn, CO 80234
Routing number: 107005319
Account number: 6740871364
SWIFT code: CPASUS44
REGULAR UPDATES ON THE AMOUNTS WILL BE POSTED HERE.
Join the campaign to save your business. Contribute to fight with Charles Scoville and Traffic Monsoon. Funds donated in this campaign will go directly to the Scoville Legal Defense Fund set up by Charles Scoville’s parents.
Charles David Scoville was the owner of Traffic Monsoon until the Securities and Exchange Commission filed a lawsuit against him. With the case, Securities and Exchange Commission v. Traffic Monsoon et al, Case # 2:16-cv-00832, the SEC stripped away any way Charles could legally defend himself, defend everyone in the business, and provide for himself and his son.
For nearly two years, Traffic Monsoon has delivered website visitors, helped people generate leads for their businesses, and helped people all around the world earn an income online. Many people's lives have been touched and improved. Charities that helped feed hungry children have received donations because of Traffic Monsoon members and the business as a whole. These are things Traffic Monsoon did with great pride.
Traffic Monsoon has delivered over 1.5 billion visitors to people's websites and paid out several millions to 3.5 million people who signed up to Traffic Monsoon from around the globe. It has been recognized as one of the best places to advertise and a beacon in the industry for its ideas and practices.
This place was intended to create a safe place online, a home, a community, where anyone could go to get their website seen by a large audience without having to spend much to do so. It was intended to benefit those who participate in the business by providing an opportunity to sell the services to others and earn an income. Instead of keeping the large profit margins in the owner's pocket, Charles set up the business to pass those profits onto customers who click ads in the traffic exchange. Traffic Monsoon aimed to offer the very best to its customers.
On Jan. 11, 2016, Traffic Monsoon had its PayPal account limited, which crippled the business. It couldn't deliver services as quickly as it did before the limitation. A scroll back through the forums shows people started to complain about not getting traffic as quickly as before the PayPal limitation hit. Paying out to members had to be placed into “pending” because the money to make the payments was locked up inside PayPal. It was a challenging time for Traffic Monsoon, but membership support as a whole was strong.
Then, the SEC filed a lawsuit just as PayPal was starting to release funds earlier than expected. The support in recent weeks has been incredible for Traffic Monsoon from customers, affiliates who have had their lives become better selling services, neighbours, and even from some competitors. Thank you all so much! It's a testament to the importance that Charles and all involved place on Traffic Monsoon, the community, and the culture of the business.
This doesn't have to be the end. Charles and his parents have been advised that the case has strong grounds for winning. But they are going to need some help.
It will be an expensive battle, and since the SEC filed the lawsuit and Charles' assets are frozen, they cannot fight this alone. His parents are asking for Charles’ fans, Traffic Monsoon members, those in the industry, and the greater population to contribute to our legal campaign fund to help get back Traffic Monsoon.
If Charles loses, every revenue sharing program, paid to click website, or traffic exchange that offers surf rewards is vulnerable to similar SEC action. There's a very real threat that this type of blow could have real damaging effects on the industry and lead many people to discontinue providing such services within the USA again. Many sites today have benefited from traffic and using ideas from Traffic Monsoon within their own businesses. We must not allow the destruction of a business and creativity within the industry to take place.
Everyone within Traffic Monsoon is devastated by the tragic events that have occurred. They are determined to do everything possible to minimize the damages and get the business back into operation. They will continue to set the standards for others to follow and work through this lawsuit with the SEC in order to do this. Unless Charles gets permission to reopen Traffic Monsoon, the problem faced here will just be moved elsewhere. Other businesses will become targets.
Everyone who loves Traffic Monsoon, has used Traffic Monsoon services, is within this industry, and who is involved in any similar type business, please support Charles’ legal fight by contributing to the Scoville Legal Defense Fund. This case will set precedent for how any similar case will be handled.
Thank you for your donation now. Thank you so much!