What happened to revenues after FBI raided Medworx?
About those big deposits from Medworx shown in the last pages of the filing:
In Jan, 2016, the FBI seized $15M in assets from OpusRx Pharmacy, Rx Remedies and Medworx compounding http://www.fiercehealthcare.com/antifraud/agents-raid-compounding-pharmacies-multi-state-fraud-investigation
In February, 2017, court documents outlined "... an alleged scheme to defraud more than $400 million from public and private health insurance providers nationwide."
According to a Clarion-Ledger article carried on the USA Today Network:
The government claims others participated and benefited from the fraud, among them other Pine Belt residents. The alleged crimes stem from the activities surrounding three primary pharmacies based in Mississippi: World Health Industries (RX Pro Pharmacy) in Jackson; Advantage Medical and Pharmacy in Hattiesburg; and Medworx Compounding in Ridgeland.
“Many of the relationships overlap, and individuals often played more than one role in a particular scheme,” the complaint said.
Walters and Thomley were members of Prime Care Marketing and Total Care Marketing, which were marketers for World Health and Advantage pharmacies, respectively. In addition, Walters was a member of Advantage Pharmacy and controlled his wife Dorothy’s interest in Medworx. Thomley also became a member of Advantage.
Barrett was a member of World Health, which later split into two entities — World Health Industries (later AspireRx) and OpusRx, where he became a managing member.
Spell is a pharmacist licensed in Mississippi who became a managing member of Medworx.
These pharmacies and others were searched in January 2016, as part of a multiple state and federal agency investigation.
Hundreds of people were interviewed, and 24 vehicles, five planes and two boats were seized, along with money from 80 bank accounts totaling $15 million, Mississippi Bureau of Narcotics spokeswoman Dolores Lewis said in an earlier story.
I suspect that Medworx is the customer that caused MaloneBailey to bail on DEWM, and also why Moran shifted his attention back to Lean.