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Another demonetized investor of John Nock recently surfaced in federal court.

WIDEHA-UK Ltd. and its majority owner, Jes Wistesen, is seeking to have a $13.6 million arbitration award confirmed and converted to a judgment against the Fayetteville investment banker, his Brittingham Group and his business associate, Brian Brittsan.

The filing by the Danish concern is in the same U.S. District Court in Grand Rapids, Michigan, where a trio of investment groups obtained a nearly $3.1 million judgment against Nock et al after their own successful arbitration case in 2018.

Both arbitration cases found the conduct of Nock and Brittsan tainted by fraud.

According to the Michigan court filing by WIDEHA-UK and Wistesen, an investment of 10 million euros was made in December 2015. The decision to invest with Nock was based on claims of historic returns averaging 100% per week.

Wistesen was even made a director of The Brittingham Group as an assurance that the investment was not a too-good-to-be-true scam. He and the limited partnership never saw a dime or øre in return.

Among the international flotsam associated with Nock is a bogus business address of 14 Wall St. in New York for The Brittingham Group.

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