Ralph Janvey, the receiver, said the payments represent fraudulent transfers and should be paid to Stanford's victims.
One is the husband of the niece of Baldwyn native Jim Davis, who was Stanford's right-hand man and pleaded guilty to the fraud scheme.
Stanford, 60, Davis and three other officials are accused by the U.S. of bilking investors of $7.2 billion through the sale of allegedly bogus certificates of deposit at Stanford International Bank Ltd.
The lawsuits were filed Friday in Dallas federal court.
Should more CD proceeds be discovered, Janvey will amend the complaint to include them, the filings say.
Being sued are:
n Lena Stinson, of Montgomery, Texas, global controller of the Stanford Group Co. broker-dealer unit and the Stanford Financial Group of Companies umbrella organization, both based in Houston. She received $1.67 million in proceeds from the Antiguan certificates of deposit, according to the complaint.
n Pablo Mauricio Alvarado of Miami was general counsel of the Stanford Financial Group of Companies. He got $2.55 million in CD profits, according to Janvey.
n Daniel T. Bogar of Hollywood, Fla., was CEO and president of the Houston-based Stanford Group Co. brokerage unit. He and his wife, Bandilyn, received $3.08 million in CD proceeds, according to the suit. Brandilyn Bogar is Davis' niece.