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Suspect’s Fate In Mail Fraud Case Lies With The Judge May 9, 2012

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Bernard C. Seidling’s fate rests in the hands of the judge as he faces 50 counts of mail fraud, that he is alleged to have committed from 2003 through 2009. The US attorney has requested that the judge make a ruling in this case.

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Mobile Real Estate Investor Mail Fraud May 3, 2012

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Steven J. Cox was charged with bid rigging and conspiracy to commit mail fraud.  Cox has pleaded guilty in connection with a plea deal, that will make him serve one year in prison and to pay a fine of $10,000.

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Man Pleads Guilty To Mail Fraud And Money Laundering May 3, 2012

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North Little Rock, AK-Garret Sorenson, 42, plead guilty to money laundering and mail fraud in federal court in Little Rock.  Sorenson a former VP of Advertising for USA allegedly redirected all media inserts for Advertising for USA to a company he co-owned: Multi-Media Management (MMM), without informing Advertising for USA of his ownership interest in MMM.  Sorenson allegedly profited to the amount of $500,000+.

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Us Mail Carriers Indicted On Mail Fraud May 3, 2012

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Madison, AL-Two United States postal workers: Jennifer Nichole Hayes and Annie Melissa Henderson of Leeds were indicted on allegedly stealing and delaying mail.  The two face the maximum penalty of five years in jail and a fine of up to $250,000.

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Mail Fraud Suspects Fate Lies With The Judge May 3, 2012

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Eau Claire, Wis-Bernard C. Seidling 61 is a the mercy of the federal court.  The federal court will decide if he is guilty of 50 counts of mail fraud, based upon written testimony.

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Man Tries To Pay Off Social Security With Non Existent Funds On A Private Money Order May 3, 2012

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Charles Daniel Koss, tried to re-pay the Social Security Administration $212,768 in disability benefits that Koss defrauded  the Social Security Administration of, with a bogus private money order.  Koss continued to work for a mortgage and real estate company after entering a claim with the Social Security Administration and while receiving benefits.    He is charged with five counts of: theft of government money, Social Security disability fraud, passing an illegal financial instrument or security and mail fraud.

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Attorney Chareged With Five Counts Of Mail Fraud May 3, 2012

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A Wilkes Barre, PA attorney, Anthony J. Lupas Jr., Esq. has been charged with five counts of mail fraud an alledge that he stole up to $246,080 from a client who believed they where investing money in a tax-free trust account.  The attorney als allegedly operated a Ponzi scheme that defrauded 80 investors of approximately $5 million dollars.

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Treasurer Pleads Guilty To Mail Fraud March 29, 2012

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Sacramento, CA- A political treasurer entered a plea of guilty in connection with charges of mail fraud.  The political treasurer Kinde Durke is said to have defrauded up to $7 million in mail fraud.

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On trial for 7 billion in mail fraud and wire fraud February 21, 2012

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Allen Stanford has decided to testify at his investor fraud trial. The Texas financier is accused by prosecutors of a $7 billion dollar fraud scheme. Stanford, 61 denies all charges of fraud. There are 14 current charges against him that include different forms of mail fraud, wire fraud.

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Three Indicted in Multi-Million Dollar Fraud Scheme June 14, 2010

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A 28-count indictment was unsealed Friday afternoon in federal court in Brooklyn charging Christopher Finazzo, the former Executive Vice President and Chief Merchandising Officer of Aéropostale, Inc., a national mall-based specialty clothing retailer headquartered in Manhattan, and Douglas Dey, the owner of South Bay Apparel, Inc., previously a major supplier of Aéropostale, with mail and wire fraud, money laundering conspiracy, and conspiracy to violate the travel act. Finazzo is also charged with causing Aéropostale to make a false statement in a report that was filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission. Finazzo’s initial appearance and arraignment took place on Friday afternoon before United States Magistrate Judge Steven M. Gold, at the U.S. Courthouse, 225 Cadman Plaza East, Brooklyn, New York. Dey’s initial appearance and arraignment is scheduled this afternoon before United States Magistrate Judge Lois Bloom, at the U.S. Courthouse in Brooklyn. The case has been assigned to United States District Judge Roslynn R. Mauskopf.

As alleged in the indictment, Finazzo and Dey entered into a fraudulent scheme in which Finazzo caused Aéropostale to buy more than $350 million in merchandise from South Bay in exchange for payments from Dey of approximately 50% of South Bay’s profits. Dey allegedly paid Finazzo more than $14 million through C&D Retail Consultants, Inc., a company controlled by Finazzo, and the balance he invested in joint ventures with Finazzo. According to the indictment, the defendants concealed their scheme from Aéropostale and its employees, and Finazzo falsely stated in numerous company questionnaires that he was not engaged in any related-party transactions—which resulted in Aéropostale falsely reporting in its SEC filings that the company did not engage in related-party transactions.

“The defendants allegedly entered into a fraudulent arrangement to steal millions of dollars from Aéropostale while at the same time causing Aéropostale to make false statements to its shareholders,” stated United States Attorney Lynch.