Advisor to Pro Athletes Swindles $2.35 Million

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Advisor to Pro Athletes Swindles $2.35 Million

Louis Martin Blazer, III, a financial adviser from Pittsburgh, was charged by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) for allegedly creating a Ponzi scheme. The SEC believes Blazer defrauded his pro athlete clients by taking about $2.35 million out of their accounts, without their authorization, and invested it into two films he was producing. One of Blazer’s clients noticed that Blazer had taken $500,000 from his account for the films. When the client told Blazer he was going to file a lawsuit, Blazer said he would return the money. The SEC believes that he was able to make the repayment by using money misappropriated from another client’s account.

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By |2019-12-24T11:02:08-05:00August 19th, 2016|Securities|0 Comments

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