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Archive for category Fraud Recovery

Is the IRS Whistleblower Program a Failure?

Several years ago, I authored a feature article for the Journal of Accountancy on the IRS Whistleblower program. When the article was written in 2009, Congress had recently amended the law and many folks in the whistleblower community had high hopes for the program. Five years later and the program is faltering. While the IRS [...]

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Bank Fraudsters Flee to Israel

CBS News reports two U.S. citizens from Los Angeles are on the run after the FBI charged the pair with federal bank fraud. If captured and convicted, Aviv Mizrahi, age 53, and Aryeh Greenes, age 58, face life behind bars. The pair are charged with 34 counts of bank fraud and making false statements to [...]

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Tracy Sunderlage on Fraud (The Pot Calling The Kettle Black)

Are fraudsters sociopaths? Many are and that gives them the ability to tell lies with a straight face. Unfortunately, we want to believe in people. Most people are honest but a small percentage are nothing more than con artists and thieves. Unfortunately, some become serial fraudsters that perpetrate the same behavior over and over again. [...]

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Is TelexFree Another Ponzi Scheme? SEC Says YES

We hate reporting new fraud stories. It seems no more than a few days elapse before another Ponzi scheme comes to light. While none have reached the level of Bernie Madoff’s tragic Ponzi scheme, several have joined the billion dollar club. The newest entry is TelexFree, a voice over internet protocol telecommunications company based in [...]

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DBSI TIC Fraud Defendants Convicted

DBSI was one of the largest tenant-in-common frauds since the IRS began allowing these investments in 2002. Although the tenant-in-common form of property ownership is fundamentally sound in certain circumstances, fraudsters and Ponzi schemers quickly moved in to the arena and gave the industry a horrible name. One such example is DBSI. According to a federal [...]

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Kickbacks Land Total Wealth Management in Hot Water

Incredibly investment advisers might not be breaking federal securities laws when they receive kickbacks from companies whose investments they recommend to their clients. That conduct is certainly a breach of fiduciary duty, however. This very behavior landed San Diego investment advisory firm Total Wealth Management in hot water. Last week the SEC filed charges against [...]

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Victims Get Less Than 1¢ On The Dollar – Asset Recovery Post

I hate writing these stories. Innocent victims who entrusted their hard earned money to a fraudster. The fraudster walks away with millions while the victims are left holding the bag. Often the SEC or bankruptcy court steps in and a receiver is appointed to find marshal assets but even those efforts are often fruitless. Case [...]

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Berthel Fisher Back From The Grave (TIC Fraud Post)

Once upon a time, Berthel Fisher & Co Financial Services was a thriving brokerage firm with hundreds of offices and brokers spread across the United States.  Like dozens of other firms, the company aggressively marked tenant-in-common (TIC) interests prior to the economic meltdown. According to the well respected InvestmentNews, half of the firms that once [...]

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Court Offers Victory to Ponzi Scheme Victims

Imagine that your life savings were wiped out by a Ponzi scheme. Almost broke, you decide to sue everyone connected to the loss. The man behind the Ponzi scheme is probably has no money left or on his way to jail. But what about the people who facilitated his crimes? Banks who looked the other [...]

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Ex-Employee Sues DuPont for Millions (Whistleblower Lawyer Post)

Jeffrey Simoneaux was a dedicated employee working for DuPont at a sulphuric acid plant in Ascension Parish, Louisiana. Simoneaux gave the company 22 years of his life. In 2011, he told supervisors that the plant was leaking sulphur trioxide, a dangerous carcinogenic chemical. Simoneaux says the company wasn’t interested in fixing the problem. In fact, [...]

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