Silver Law Group represents Northstar Financial Services (Bermuda) investors on a contingency fee basis in claims to recover their investment losses. Brokers allegedly sold Northstar Bermuda to investors as a low risk alternative to CDs that protected their principal and guaranteed income. But the company is now in liquidation, leaving investors unable to access their funds. Continue reading ›
Investors with money in some of financier Greg Lindberg’s many companies, including Northstar Financial Services (Bermuda), have suffered significant harm as billions of investor dollars are frozen and liquidation and litigation drag on. Ultimatelly, investors are not expected to recover a significant amount of money.
Lindberg was criminally charged by the US Department of Justice and the State of North Carolina. His first trial ended with a conviction and sentence of seven years in prison, but the verdict was reversed after he spent 633 days in prison. He wrote a book on his prison stint, that included the words “633 Days” in the title, and discussed his “wrongful conviction.” One of the eight reviews on Amazon is from a reviewer who was defrauded by Lindberg and demands his money back.
Silver Law Group is investigating Retail Ecommerce Ventures (REV) on behalf of investors who say they haven’t been paid dividends, can’t withdraw their principal, and have been told that the company may be headed towards bankruptcy. Continue reading ›
Silver Law Group, a nationally-recognized law firm representing victims of securities and investment fraud, is investigating potential claims to recover investment losses on behalf of owners of TriplePoint (TPVG) stock, which has recently dropped significantly in value on a report questioning the value of its loan book. Continue reading ›
Two people have been charged with running a Ponzi scheme connected to the cattle business that raised around $650 million from victims across the country. The alleged Ponzi schemers, revealed Tuesday, May 11, 2021, by an unsealed federal indictment in Colorado, are Reva Joyce Stachniw, 69, of Galesburg, Illinois, and Ron Throgmartin, 57, of Buford, Georgia. In 2020, a third man, Mark Ray, resident of Denver, was charged by criminal information in the scheme. Continue reading ›
The $100 million market valuation of Hometown International (HWIN), a publicly traded company whose sole asset is a small deli in rural New Jersey, has prompted a prominent hedge fund manager to sound the alarm about “quasi-anarchy” in the market. Continue reading ›
You’ve probably seen this statement in fine print on many investment-related documents and websites:
“Past performance does not necessarily predict future results.”
And it means exactly that—just because something performed well previously does not mean that it will perform that well in the future. That’s the nature of all investments. Continue reading ›
On Friday, May 13, 2022 the SEC (Securities and Exchange Commission) sued StraightPath Venture Partners LLC and its three founders in federal court alleging the Florida firm raised over $410 million with fraudulent promises to investors about private companies that may hold IPOs (initial public offerings). Continue reading ›
Las Vegas attorney Matthew Beasley was shot by FBI Special Agents who went to his house to interview him regarding his alleged involvement in a $300 million Ponzi scheme.
Though shot in the chest and shoulder, Beasley refused to surrender and repeatedly confessed to his involvement in the scheme, Assistant U.S. Attorney Tony Lopez of the District of Nevada said in court. Continue reading ›