Archive for November 9th, 2010

Are ASD Members Waging Ongoing Misinformation Campaign To Suppress Victims’ Count And Obstruct Justice? Note Instructs Members NOT To File For Restitution

Are ASD Members Waging Ongoing Misinformation Campaign To Suppress Victims' Count And Obstruct Justice? Note Instructs Members NOT To File For Restitution

The now-defunct Surf’s Up forum was AdSurfDaily’s officially endorsed news venue. It became so on Nov. 27, 2008, a little more than a week after a key court ruling went against ASD, a Florida company implicated by the U.S. Secret Service in an alleged $100 million Ponzi scheme. Surf’s Up routinely deleted posts that challenged […]

Justice Department Using Undercover Agents To Battle White-Collar Criminals; Top Official Says Investigative Tactics Normally Used To Prosecute Organized Crime Figures Useful In Battling Fraud Epidemic

Justice Department Using Undercover Agents To Battle White-Collar Criminals; Top Official Says Investigative Tactics Normally Used To Prosecute Organized Crime Figures Useful In Battling Fraud Epidemic

EDITOR’S NOTE: The remarks below are excerpted from a speech last week in New York by Assistant U.S. Attorney General Lanny A. Breuer. As the PP Blog has previously reported, the Justice Department and agencies such as the FBI and U.S. Secret Service have been using undercover operatives to infiltrate criminal operations and networks used […]

Feds Charge Robert Stinson Criminally On Heels Of SEC Lawsuit; Prosecutors Say ‘Life’s Good’ Operator Stole More Than $17 Million In Ponzi Scheme, Wired Money Even As FBI Was Conducting Raid

 Feds Charge Robert Stinson Criminally On Heels Of SEC Lawsuit; Prosecutors Say 'Life's Good' Operator Stole More Than $17 Million In Ponzi Scheme, Wired Money Even As FBI Was Conducting Raid

Even as the FBI was executing search warrants in the case of Life’s Good Inc. operator Robert Stinson Jr., Stinson was “wiring stolen funds out of Life’s Good bank accounts to other accounts,” federal prosecutors said. That act alone led to criminal charges of obstruction of justice. In a 26-count indictment in an alleged Ponzi […]