Louis Spina faces up to 20 years in prison for wire fraud when he’s sentenced in February.
“All of the promises made, allegedly, were to rehab, fix up etc. But in reality, what Mr. Poulson did was he spent the money on himself,” U.S. Attorney Stephen Stigall said.
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A northern New Jersey man involved in an investment fraud scheme that bilked investors out of millions of dollars has been sentenced to 33 months in prison.
A Main Line man who conned investors out of millions through a Ponzi scheme will be spending virtually the rest of his life in prison.
A 64-year-old Bala Cynwyd man has been sentenced to eight years in prison for a Ponzi scheme that cost just over 20 victims over $7 million.
Victims have told the court Ira Pressman is the Michael Jordan of schemers and he deserves a sentence long sentence.
It’s a swiss-cheese tapestry of plot holes and arbitrary, nonsensical occurrences. The elaborate scheme is, let’s face it, laughably preposterous. But maybe that’s half the fun.
A suburban Philadelphia man with five prior white-collar convictions pleaded guilty Monday to running a $17 million real-estate Ponzi scheme.
Only CBS 3 cameras were there as a Main Line businessman was taken away to prison in handcuffs charged with defrauding investors out of more than $5 million dollars.
People who turned their money over to Carr Miller Capital were promised a 10-15 percent annual return on their investments.