Ex-policemen are jailed for £6m 'high-yield' Ponzi con

Milner, Leah
June 2009
Money Marketing;6/25/2009, p10
The article reports on the conviction of two ex-policemen, Frederick Taylor and Martin Shaughnessy, for £6.1 Ponzi scam in Great Britain. It notes that the two were part of the five men who operated high-yield investment schemes and were sentenced to 10 years in jail. It mentions that the two excops ran Maincrest Investments and London and General Finance wherein they conned investors into investments of thousands of pounds. It adds that they assured 80-100% yields and investment security.


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