$3.8M Ponzi Scheme Funded Spa Treatment, Maids, Church Tithes: SEC Reviewed by Momizat on . The owner of a retirement planning firm cheated dozens of investors out of $3.8 million in two related scams that included a Ponzi scheme and fraudulent stock o The owner of a retirement planning firm cheated dozens of investors out of $3.8 million in two related scams that included a Ponzi scheme and fraudulent stock o Rating: 0
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$3.8M Ponzi Scheme Funded Spa Treatment, Maids, Church Tithes: SEC

The owner of a retirement planning firm cheated dozens of investors out of $3.8 million in two related scams that included a Ponzi scheme and fraudulent stock offerings targeting elderly retirees, the SEC says.

To read the full article in FinancialPlanning, click: $3.8M Ponzi Scheme Funded Spa Treatment, Maids, Church Tithes: SEC.

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