Awareness and prosecution of investor fraud and Ponzi schemes
also have risen in recent years following several high-profile matters, and the firm has significant experience in assisting victims who suffer such losses.
Madoff was arrested on 12 December, 2008, for his Ponzi scheme
valued at $64.
Judge Jacqueline Nguyen of the US District Court for the Central District of California issued a restraining order freezing Neman's assets and shutting down his Ponzi scheme
in April 2012.
The former directors and officers of Stanford's operations include three executives convicted of furthering the Ponzi scheme
Such a provision is critical, as a Ponzi scheme
by its nature is concealed for as long as possible, which in turn hampers investigative efforts once the scheme is uncovered.
I had certainly never tried to interview victimized investors in a Ponzi scheme
Later that year, it was discovered that the person he had been investing with was running a Ponzi scheme
Last year, he announced the new project, MMM-2011, by stating boldly that it would be another Ponzi scheme
The Ponzi book; a legal resource for unraveling Ponzi schemes
Bernard Madoff 's $20 billion long-running Ponzi scheme
received widespread coverage, and while the magnitude and duration of Madoff 's scam are mind-boggling, he certainly isn't the first to perpetrate this type of investment fraud.
Rick Perry claims that Social Security is "set up like an illegal Ponzi scheme
AT THE REPUBLICAN presidential debate in Tampa on September 12, Mitt Romney said Rick Perry had needlessly "scared seniors" by calling Social Security "a Ponzi scheme