Businessmen Plead Guilty to Defrauding ElderlyTwo former St. Louis life insurance salesmen have pleaded guilty to federal charges of defrauding numerous elderly victims out of an estimated $3 million.
2 More Plead Guilty In Prearranged Funeral ScamThe owner of a now-defunct prearranged funerals company in suburban St. Louis has admitted his role in what prosecutors called a giant Ponzi scheme.
Defendants in St. Louis Funeral Scam Case Offered Plea DealsProsecutors say the now-defunct National Prearranged Services Inc. bilked customers of up to $600 million.
Webster Groves Man Will Likely Get 40-year Sentence for Ponzi SchemeA man who is both a lawyer and clergyman is expected to be sentenced to 40 years in prison next week for his role in a Ponzi scheme that bilked investors out of more than $56 million.
Jury Convicts Webster Groves Attorney, Clergyman of Ponzi SchemeThe two were convicted of leading a fraud conspiracy that stole more than $52 million from its victims.
Feds Sentence One of Their OwnA former Internal Revenue Service employee from the St. Louis area has been sentenced to six years in prison for defrauding clients out of millions of dollars in a Ponzi scheme.
Man Indicted in $3 Million Ponzi SchemeThe 72 year-old Lee Summit man is accused of defrauding 39 investors out of $3 million.
Webster Groves Lawyer Accused in Huge Ponzi Scheme The St. Louis-area lawyer alleging swindled investors of more than $52 million.