When Zeek Rewards ponzi was shut down there was a TON of crap info online released by people who have absolutely no idea what they are talking about, most of them fantasies like "it's just temporary", "Zeek is moving to Europe", "SEC doesn't have a case", "SEC lawyers admit in private they have no case", "Paul Burks was railroaded and his attorney is weak", and so on and so forth. People are simply in denial about reality.
And now the SAME THING is happening with TelexFree pyramid scheme (or Ponzi, depending on how you count). People in Brazil, who barely reads English, are releasing fake news or misinterpreted news, all of them 'good' news for TelexFree, of course. Items such as "they're just protecting our money", "evil government", "they are just allegations", "3 judges have signed off approving bankruptcy", "FIVE judges liked the bankruptcy plan"... and so on and so forth.
Don't believe crap info passed on by other people. GO TO THE SOURCE (remember "The Matrix"?)
The source says the proceedings have been "continued" (delayed) until April 21st, 2014.
One judge: August B. Landis.
Everybody else named on the credits are lawyers.
Bankruptcy has NOT been approved. And given the raid conducted by Massachusetts, SEC, FBI, HSI, ICE, and who knows what else, and charges filed, including temporary restraining order filed by SEC, IMHO, chances of bankruptcy being approved will be ZERO. Even if it was approved, it will be IMMEDIATELY appealed by SEC and rescinded by another judge.
So don't pass around bad info, esp. the ones you *want* to be true. You will be embarrassed when it turned out to be fake.