Wednesday, April 1, 2009

Fraudulent Day-Trader Faces up to 40 years in prison

According to this article in Dennis Bolze, a Gatlinburg investor, faces up to 40 years in prison and $1.2 million in fines on charges of money laundering and wire fraud. These charges come from allegations that Dennis was running a fraudulent day-trading business, taking on investments to pay off poor clients while taking in a huge profit for himself. If found guilty, he will be held responsible for making restitutions to those who were affected by the scheme.

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