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Archive for category White Collar Criminal

Phony Refund = 27 Months in Prison (Tax Fraud Post)

Erica Bryant wanted a new Lincoln MKZ. There was just one problem, not enough money. How do you get quick cash? File a phony refund request. Bryant did just that and received a check for $100,653.22. Now, she will be spending the next 27 months in prison. Worse, the IRS seized her new Lincoln. Bryant, [...]

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Alliance & Nikolai Battoo – “Figment of Criminal Imagination”

The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission has charged yet another player in the massive Ponzi scheme orchestrated by Nikolai Battoo. Marketed as PIWM, Maven Assurance or Maven Life, the Ponzi scheme is estimated to have raked in over $150 million dollars. Already the principals, Nikolai Battoo and his chief marketer Tracy Sunderlage, have been charged [...]

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Banker Charged In Offshore Account Leak – FBAR Post

As governments worldwide clamp down on global tax evasion, some bankers are becoming whistleblowers or privateers. They are willing to steal and turn over confidential account data and turn it over to authorities. Some countries are even willing to purchase stolen information. Usually when we read of a data breach, it is hackers obtaining identity [...]

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TD Banker May Be Liable In Rothstein Ponzi Scheme Case

Chasing Ponzi scheme defendants is not an easy business. By the time they are caught, the coffers are usually dry. Unlike many law firms that pursue the fraudsters directly, we get involved when the money is hard to find. Our preferred targets are stockbrokers and investment advisers (the ones selling the investments), accountants and auditors [...]

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Tax Evasion or “Abuse of Sick Man”

A federal judge in Oakland sentenced a Berkeley, California man to 30 months in prison after being convicted of tax evasion. The man, 70 year old Hugh Baras, is a psychologist and a former clinical professor at Stanford University. In February, a jury convicted Baras of 5 counts of tax evasion and 1 count of [...]

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DEA Uses Tax Evasion Charge To Arrest Alleged Drug Kingpin

The headline for this story is actually a pretty familiar refrain. Drug agents target top level drug dealers but can’t find enough evidence to tie them to their crimes. Given that “snitches” in the drug world often wind up dead, the DEA and law enforcement has an uphill battle. Low level drug dealers are easy [...]

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NY Rabbi Convicted of Tax Evasion

  Just two months ago we reported about a N.J. Rabbi sentenced to 22 years in prison for being the mastermind of a $200 million fraud. Now just across the river, a New York Rabbi was sentenced to 5 years probation for tax evasion. Both crimes involved very insular and orthodox communities within the Jewish [...]

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Credit Suisse Trader: “I Was Acting Under Orders” – Bank Fraud Post

Salmaan Siddiqui will be sentenced by  a New York federal judge in a little more than 24 hours. He was convicted of one count of conspiracy to falsify books and wire fraud for helping Credit Suisse AG hide mortgage losses in the run up to the financial crisis. He faces years in prison, however his [...]

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HSBC India Client Sent To Prison For Unfiled FBAR

Ashvin Desai is probably best known for inventing and manufacturing medical devices. Now he will known as the most recent American taxpayer sent to prison for having failed to report offshore bank accounts and file FBAR forms. Desai was sentenced last week to 6 months of prison followed by 6 months of house arrest. Desai [...]

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