Perils Of Retirement Investing: Victims Of Ponzi Schemes Often Wait For Up To A Decade To Receive Any Repayments

“After investment frauds break open, how much and how fast investors will get repaid depends in large part on the arsenal of professionals—usually lawyers or accountants—called in as trustees to pick through the wreckage.”

Ponzi Scheme WSJ     If the investment sounds to good to be true, it almost certainly is. Katy Stech Ferek of the Wall Street Journal writes a comprehensive article on the tedious and expensive work of law firms, accountants and investigators in tracking down and facilitating the repayment of funds to victims of Ponzi schemes. Click on the link below to read more in the WSJ:


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