suspicious parties have been trying to contact fraud victims who invested in Orlando-based Wealth Pools

by louabbott on February 27, 2008

February 27, 2008

Less than three months after securities regulators shut down an alleged investment scam called Wealth Pools International, somebody may be trying to victimize the victims again, a court-appointed official says.

Some investors in the alleged Ponzi scheme, which was based in Orlando, have been targeted by suspicious Web sites and unsolicited phone calls offering legal help — for upfront fees — to recoup their money, according to the federal receiver investigating the case.

Such solicitations almost always follow a massive fraud case such as Wealth Pools and are often bogus, said Denise Dell-Powell, the court-appointed receiver and a lawyer for Akerman Senterfitt in Orlando.

Read the entire article at the Orlando Sentinal

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