2 South Florida Sisters Charged In Alleged Ponzi Caper Reportedly Married To Foreclosure-Rescue Businesses

Sisters Odalis Freixa (left) and Marisela Gamez have been charged in an alleged Florida Ponzi caper. Photo source: Booking photos at Miami-Dade Corrections and Rehabilitation Department.

South Florida sisters Odalis Freixa and Marisela Gamez are listed as inmates held by the Miami-Dade Corrections and Rehabilitation Department on charges of grand theft, organized scheme to defraud and conspiracy.

Freixa is 48, according to jail records. Gamez is 49.

Citing Miami-Dade Police documents, NBCMiami is reporting that investigators believe the alleged scam was a Ponzi operated through foreclosure-rescue businesses.

Freixa is the alleged mastermind, the site reported.

From NBCMiami (italics added):

Police say Freixa, the mastermind of the scheme, conducted community outreach seminars and wrote a book titled “The American Dream It’s Not Forgotten” in order to educate consumers of the options homeowners have in dealing with foreclosures and loan modifications.

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