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An East Setauket man today pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit mail and wire fraud for orchestrating a Ponzi scheme over the last 18 years, federal officials said.
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Former CEO of Summit Wealth Management Pleads Guilty to Orchestrating a Multi-Million Dollar Fraud Scheme ATLANTA – Angelo Alleca, the former CEO of Atlanta, Georgia, based Summit Wealth Management, has pleaded guilty to conspiring with a former business partner to defraud investors of over $35 million dollars.
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Investment Adviser Pleads Guilty to Defrauding Investors in multi-million-dollar ponzi scheme Loss to Investors Exceeds $30 Million
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Polese, who pleaded guilty in April to investment adviser fraud and bank fraud charges. in 2016 they also transferred $350,000 from his account, which was used for a real estate investment and to. Dennis Gibb, a long-time investment advisor in Redmond, pleaded guilty to defrauding 15 investors of more than $3 million.
Former investment advisor pleads guilty to securities fraud By Dan Browning July 14, 2016 David Blaine Welliver, who started his roller-coaster career as a financial adviser in the early 1990s with a $400 classified ad promoting his one-man office, retired in ignominy Wednesday in a federal courtroom in St. Paul when he pleaded guilty to a.
Her husband Richard Fooshee, 64, an attorney who also resides in Maine, pleaded guilty to second-degree charges of conspiracy, money laundering, and securities fraud, for his part in the scheme. Fooshee was an investment adviser who worked at Wachovia Securities, Inc. before forming Janet Gurley Katz LLC in 2003.
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Manson and his brother-in-law, investment adviser brian Callahan, 44, also of. schemes, a $96 million fraud that kept the Montauk property afloat. adam manson, 42, an Old Westbury real estate developer, will be sentenced to. lifestyle and operate a multimillion-dollar Ponzi scheme," Lynch said in April.
Bruce Isackson also pleaded guilty to one count each of money laundering. The parents collectively paid $25 million in bribes written off as. Bruce Isackson, who was president of commercial real estate firm WP Investments in. the Headlines," where Palo Alto college adviser John Raftrey discusses the.
Investment Fraud: Man Who Pretended to be Financial Adviser Pleads Guilty to $13M Scam, Ponzi Fraudster is Accused of Bilking Friends & Coworkers, and Real Estate Scammers Must Pay Back Investors $30M. Instead, Shah used the funds that investors gave him for his own use. What he did invest sustained significant losses.