Monica Brady, 44, of Rhode Island, pleaded guilty to charges relating to a $10 million real estate Ponzi scheme that she ran through MNB. Brady claimed to be overseeing renovations on foreclosed properties and she promised investors returns from the profits from the sale of the properties.

The original lawsuit alleged breach of contract, breach of fiduciary duty and misappropriation of trade secrets and accused Samuelson of misappropriating. non-Zillow email accounts and file-sharing.

Financial advisor Stephen Evans was jailed for five years and three months over the £5m Ponzi scheme, which he ran from an office on Old Hall Street, in Liverpool city centre. The conman spent £1.5m.

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Rhode Island field services provider admits to running $10 million Ponzi scheme Posted on July 11, 2019 by admin in News A Rhode Island woman who operated a property preservation and field services business admitted in court this week that she used that business to defraud dozens of individuals out of millions of dollars by operating what amounted to a Ponzi scheme.

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