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Tuesday, October 29, 2013

Christopher Mallick sued Fraudulent Conversion Epassporte Funds

Christopher Mallick - Oxymoron Entertainment sued. Fraudulent Conversion of Funds.
By KRISTY PATEL | Monday October 14, 2013 @ 11:22am PDT  
Law360 News.  Questionable new film producer and e-commerce co. owner Christopher Mallick sued in California by a former customer who claims Mallick stole accountholder money.


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The ePassporte - Oxymoron Entertainment
Film Producer.
J. Christopher "Chris" Mallick was CEO of e-commerce outfit "ePassporte" where customers (mostly small businesses and the self employed) could transfer money between themselves and pay for goods and services around the world.

ePassporte's sponsoring bank cancelled their relationship with Mallick after an audit of the accounts revealed "deficiencies", and returned funds on each Visa card back to the account holders. 

Christopher "Chris" Mallick, while assuring his customers their "funds are safe", allegedly disappeared along with several millions of dollars of customer secondary (wallet account) funds.





According to the Oct. 2013 complaint filed with the Los Angeles Superior Court, Christopher Mallick (Oxymoron Entertainment) and his now defunct e-commerce company 'ePassporte', misappropriated the California actor and investor's funds and unlawfully used them in the production and distribution of a string of dud films produced by Mallick.  In an effort at launching his new career in Hollywood, Chris Mallick allegedly paid large amounts of cash up front to entice Hollywood B-listers to work on his films and paid the distribution cost from the Epassporte account funds he accessed.


Christopher Mallick has been suspected of using some of the funds to fuel an ongoing lavish lifestyle that included homes off the California coast and Private Jets to shuttle himself and female friends off to exotic locations.

Sources state that Christopher Mallick then deliberately misled the actor-investor in an attempt to buy time for himself.  Christopher Mallick allegedly used telephone/wire or mail fraud to carry out the scheme.

In his recent past, Oxymoron Entertainment's Mallick has been at the center of a Securities Fraud Case and also faced Fraud allegations regarding a loan he took from a businessman and former friend, the terms of which were based on fraudulent misrepresentation.  The latter case went before a Judge Maureen Duffy-Lewis (Los Angeles Superior Court), update provided below)

(Click for Update:--->  Christopher Mallick Guilty of Fraud )

*Representatives for the parties could not immediately be reached for comment.

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