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December 4, 2017

Posted  January 12, 2018

The Securities and Exchange Commission charged Digi Outdoor Media Inc. and two of its senior executives, former CEO Donald MacCord Jr. and CFO Shannon Doyle with stealing more than $2 million from retail investors.  According to the SEC’s complaint filed in U.S. District Court in Seattle, MacCord Jr., and Doyle raised nearly $4.5 million in promissory notes by claiming they would use investor money to construct and install digital signs for commercial advertising around Washington, D.C.  Instead, the complaint alleges that MacCord and Doyle secretly diverted millions of dollars of investor money for their own personal use, including MacCord’s luxury cars, $20,000 per month rent on a Southern California mansion, nanny and housekeeping services, and private school tuition for his children, while Doyle diverted several hundred thousand dollars to his other unrelated businesses. SEC

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