Private Jet Fraud: Are more indictments coming in the JetLux case?

One private jet charter operator force posted nine transactions for more than $440,000 over a span of over five weeks while another posted fraudulent charges more than three months apart

In the recent indictment against private jet charter broker Tomer (Tom) Osovitzki covering his tenure as CEO of Jetlux, the names of all of his alleged victims, including 15 different private jet charter operators and at least one National Basketball Association team were redacted.

While indictments often redact names to protect victims, they also redact names of persons or organizations that may still be under investigation and could be subject to future charges.

JetCard Plus, Ascension Air both have gone offline

Steve Mnuchin private jet

Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin was recently awarded $219,692 against JetCard Plus

Two companies selling jet cards look like they have turned off the lights, at least in terms of having active websites. Ascension Air, an Atlanta-based operator selling shares and jet cards, which is under fire from upset customers, has seen its website offline for more than a week. At the same time, JetCard Plus, a Miami-based broker of jet cards no longer appears to have a working website. Bloomberg reports on May 14 a Florida court ordered JetCard Plus Inc. of Miami to pay $219,692 to Steven T. Mnuchin Inc. Google indicates its office location closed and its phone number is no longer active.

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