• Ride-hailing service CEO faces Virgin Islands fraud charges

    3 days ago - By The Seattle Times

    BOSTON - The CEO of a Boston ride-hailing company geared toward women is facing charges he defrauded the U.S. Virgin Islands' government out of more than $2 million. The Boston Globe reports Syed Zain Gilani was arrested last week at Safr's Boston headquarters and will face charges July 7 in the Virgin Islands. Law [...]
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