Did Charles Scoville Lie to the SEC?

As an update to my post yesterday about TrafficMonsoon website being taken down by the Receiver appointed by the SEC. I found many instances where I believe Charles Scoville lied to the SEC.

I read the SEC’s case against Charles Scoville, which is Case 2:16-cv-00832-JNP.

I found various things that bothered me. I’m going to list some things I have found out, and everything I have found below is in the public domain and can be searched for yourself.

In the Exhibit A in the SEC case against TrafficMonsoon, on page 146, Charles tells the SEC he took $500 000 to buy a flat in the UK. At around about the time he bought the flat, that would have been the equivalent of about £385 000. But looking at public records, his flat only cost £275 000. Plus stamp duty of about £3 500. so what happened to the extra approximate £100 000?

So where does Charles Scoville live in the UK? Apparently he lives at this address:

Apartment 27 The Quays, Salford, England, M50 3BB (Companies House Director Search)

And on the 14th of August he paid £275 000 for this flat.

Charles has always complained on Facebook that he leads a very frugal life, and has a 1 bedroom apartment both in the UK and the USA.

Charles, no, you actually live in a two bedroom apartment.

Here are some photos of Charles Scoville’s apartment: These photos are from the website that was advertising the apartment for sale, prior to Charles buying the property.

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Charls Scoville apartment

Some more things will be added to the page when I update it.

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