Questions about Ponzi operations
If you invest in an investment business and are unaware that it is a ponzi scheme, can you be held liable?
If you invest in an investment firm and are aware that it is a ponzi scheme, can you be held liable?
What percentage of payout money must not be member investments in order for an investment firm to be legitimate?
1 Answer from Attorneys
Re: Questions about Ponzi operations
A lot depends on the involvement of the investor. Was that person a member of the company or an officer. Was there notice? From the civil aspect, there can be liabiltiy. For more information, look into matters involving Andy Bodnar.
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