Lighthouse Life Capital LLC’s bonds may involve similar risk to defaulted GWG L Bonds, Scott Silver, Silver Law Group’s managing partner, recently told The Deal publication. Silver Law Group represents GWG L Bonds investors in FINRA arbitration claims and in a class action lawsuit. Continue reading ›
The Massachusetts Securities Division recently levied $1 million in fines against U.S. Data Mining Group (DMG) for allegedly conducting unregistered securities offerings. The Division, in its complaint, alleged that the bitcoin mining company failed to register its stock while fundraising. DMG also failed to notify investors that two of the company’s promoters had previously violated US federal securities laws during their Series A fundraising, which raised nearly $25 million in March of 2021. 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 ›
NBC 6 in Miami recently published an article about the alleged MJ Capital Funding Ponzi scheme and how to spot Ponzi schemes and other investment fraud. Silver Law Group represents victims of MJ Capital through a class action lawsuit, and routinely represents victims of Ponzi schemes and investment fraud. Continue reading ›
As part of an ongoing investigation into a Ponzi scheme involving five individuals and ten affiliated companies, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has filed fraud charges in the US District Court for the Northern District of Texas. The court also issued a temporary restraining order against all of the defendants. This includes an order freezing assets of some of the defendants and an order appointing a receiver over the assets of the defendants. Continue reading ›
Silver Law Group is headquartered in Coral Springs/Parkland, Florida and represents Ponzi scheme victims nationwide. Our securities and investment fraud attorney’s frequently meet with investors in our offices to discuss how we can help recover investment losses. Parkland Talk’s recently featured a story about a local resident who allegedly operated a Ponzi scheme in south Florida and the impact it has had on residents. The story is summarized below. Continue reading ›
Silver Law Group’s Coral Springs headquarters serves as home base for many of our attorneys and support staff. Scott Silver, managing partner of Silver Law Group, is licensed to practice in Florida and New York and is proud to establish a leading securities and investment fraud law firm in Coral Springs. Continue reading ›
Scott Silver was interviewed by The Palm Beach Post for an article about Seeman Holtz, a Boca Raton insurance company accused of swindling over 1,000 investors out of hundreds of millions of dollars with the sale of unregistered promissory notes.
Seeman Holtz is alleged to be a Ponzi scheme, is unable to pay its obligations, and has liabilities that exceed its assets. The company is now under the control of a corporate monitor and Scott Silver’s firm, Silver Law Group, represents investors who purchased the promissory notes, many of whom are South Florida-based retirees. Continue reading ›
When a person or entity runs any type of fraud, they generally go to great lengths to disguise their activities from the financial institutions to avoid fraud detection. Many banks have the power to put a stop to any illegal activity that involves their institution to avoid regulatory trouble. Wells Fargo is facing a lawsuit for failing to stop illegal activity to prevent a fraud. Continue reading ›