A US Grand Jury had indicted four people in connection with a possible fraud at Centennial Technologies.
Yesterday, a court in Boston said they helped the ex-founder Emanuel Pinez to inflate sales, said the Wall Street Journal.
The indicted individuals are Robert Silva, VP of sales at Centennial; Jim Murphy, its chief financial officer; Robert Lockwood, CEO of Presage and Bond Fletcher, founder of Mediajet.
The charges, if upheld by a jury of peers, carry prison sentences of five years and/or fines of $250,000, if securities frauds are proved.
Murphy, who no longer works for Centennial, is accused of inflating revenues by $2 million while Silva, who still works for Centennial, is now accused of pressuring customers to take products he or she did not want, also an offence apparently in federal law.
Silva is also accused of submitting phone orders which were not real.
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