Profitable Sunrise Remission Fund

U.S. v. All Funds Held in the Name of Colorshock, S.R.O.,
at MKB Bank ZRT
3:15-CV-084 (N.D. Ohio)

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Update: November 1, 2022

A second Petition Form submission period will begin on November 1, 2022 for victims who invested in Profitable Sunrise but were ineligible for payment in the first round of remission because they did not make transfers via ColorShock between February 6 and 25, 2013.

Victims who invested in Profitable Sunrise via Melland Company, Technocash, Solid Trust Pay, Solutions Company, Fortuna or other payment processors, and have documentary proof of the payment they made,  may submit a Petition Form online here or by downloading a paper petition form here and mailing it to

Profitable Sunrise Remission
Remission Administrator
c/o Analytics
P.O. Box 2002
Chanhassen, MN 55317-2002

Supporting documentation for the net amount claimed must be provided.  The net amount is the total amount invested in the Profitable Sunrise scheme minus any amount returned.  Acceptable supporting documents include international wire transfer records, and bank statements or similar official transaction records indicating a payment to Profitable Sunrise.  The bank statements must show the account holder’s name, date, transaction descriptions, amount, and bank information.  Collateral expenses such as wire transfer fees, incidental losses, or transfers sent through other businesses are not recoverable through the remission process.

The deadline to submit a Petition Form is December 2, 2022.

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The United States Attorney’s Office for the Northern District of Ohio forfeited approximately $10.8 million related to the Profitable Sunrise internet-based high yield investment fraud scheme, perpetrated by individuals using the false names of Roman Novak and Radoslav Novak and others. (U.S. v. All Funds Held in the Name of Colorshock, S.R.O., at MKB Bank ZRT, 3:15-CV-084 (N.D. Ohio)). These proceeds will be distributed to eligible victims through a process called “remission.”

Authority to grant remission rests with the Department of Justice, Money Laundering and Asset Recovery Section (MLARS) pursuant to the Code of Federal Regulations, Chapter 28, Part 9 (2019).

On August 30, 2022, remission checks were mailed to individuals or businesses who incurred a financial loss because of investment with Profitable Sunrise and submitted a valid, timely petition form.