North Texas Adviser Charged With Securities Fraud, TheftRegulators say a North Texas financial adviser who used radio advertising and held investment seminars has been indicted in an alleged $6 million Ponzi scheme.
Colleyville Businessman Arrested For Running Ponzi Oil And Gas Fraud SchemeA Colleyville businessman, who operated an oil and gas exploration company, was arrested Wednesday by U.S. Postal Inspectors on a federal criminal complaint charging him with mail fraud.
Tarrant County Men Sentenced for Running $2.4 Million Ponzi SchemeBoth were sentenced to five years in federal prison and ordered to pay $2,373, 462 in restitution.
Waco Businessman Pleads Guilty In $8.4M Ponzi SchemeA ex-financial planner in Central Texas faces up to 20 years in prison for running a Ponzi scheme and stealing nearly $8.4 million from clients.
Fort Worth Man Sentenced For Ponzi SchemeA North Texas man must serve nearly seven years in federal prison and repay $4.6 million for running an oil and gas Ponzi scheme.
Feds Announce 1st Bitcoin Securities Fraud Case Against Texas ManA New York prosecutor says the federal government has brought its first bitcoin securities fraud case, accusing a 32-year-old Texas man of engineering a bitcoin Ponzi scheme.
Colleyville Man Who Fled To Greece Sentenced In Ponzi ScamA businessman from Colleyville who fled to Greece after pleading guilty to running a Ponzi scheme has been returned and sentenced to more than 17 years in a U.S. prison.
Texan's Failed Ponzi Scheme Disbursement Amounts To 1-PercentA federal judge in Dallas has approved an interim plan that distributes some $55 million in assets to bilked investors in a failed Ponzi scheme run by disgraced former Texas financier R. Allen Stanford.
Chandelier Owned By Stanford Up For AuctionA chandelier by glass artist Dale Chihuly that once belonged to Texas tycoon R. Allen Stanford is to be sold at auction to raise money to help compensate victims of his Ponzi scheme.
Investors Of $7 Billion Ponzi Scheme Could Get Pay-OutInvestors in a $7 billion Ponzi scheme orchestrated by former Texas tycoon R. Allen Stanford could in the next few months finally begin getting back some of what they lost.
Stanford Gets 110 Years Jail For Ponzi SchemeTexas tycoon R. Allen Stanford was sentenced to 110 years in prison for bilking investors out of more than $7 billion over 20 years in one of the largest Ponzi schemes in U.S. history.
Jury: $330M In Stanford Accounts Can Be SeizedThe jury that convicted former Texas tycoon R. Allen Stanford of operating a massive Ponzi scheme found Thursday that there is sufficient evidence $330 million in frozen foreign bank accounts he controlled is money he stole from investors.