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Federal Officials Allege $300 Million Ponzi–Cay Clubs Resorts

Federal Officials Allege $300 Million Ponzi–Cay Clubs Resorts

Federal Officials Allege $300 Million Ponzi–Cay Clubs Resorts 150 150 Rex Securities Law

September 16, 2014-Miami FL

The United States Attorney for the Southern District of Florida, Internal Revenue Service-Criminal Investigation and U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s Homeland Security Investigations Inspector General announced the indictment of Fred Davis Clark, 56, and Cristal R. Clark (aka Coleman) on bank fraud and other charges in connection with a $300 million Ponzi  Scheme,  Cay Clubs Resorts and Marina.

Cay Clubs sold vacation rental units but ran out of funds and began using proceeds of sales to new investors to make leaseback payments to earlier investors, the classic ponzi.

The Clarks had fled the country, but Fred Clark was expelled from Panama and Cristal was expelled from Honduras. They are detained and awaiting trial in Key West.

If you invested in Cay Clubs on the recommendation of a registered stockbroker, call to discuss your legal options.

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