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Rondell Scott Hedrick of North Carolina Convicted in International Precious Metals Scheme

Rondell Scott Hedrick of North Carolina Convicted in International Precious Metals Scheme

Rondell Scott Hedrick of North Carolina Convicted in International Precious Metals Scheme 150 150 Rex Securities Law

Jacksonville, FL – US Attorney A. Lee Bentley, III, announced that a federal jury found Rondell Scott Hedrick, 48, of North Carolina, guilty of wire fraud involving a purported high yield international investment program.

Hedrick used the web to advertise his expertise in international gold transactions involving mining operations in Mali, North Africa, and Accra, Ghana as well as refinery operations in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. As part of his sales pitch he told potential investors that he  was able to purchase gold at below market prices because he was willing to travel to dangerous locations in Africa. The money he raised was not invested but used for his personal expenses.

Hedrick made the mistake of making this pitch to an FBI informant leading to the situation he finds himself in today.

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