January 28, 2016

August 3, 2015

Houston businessman, Frederick Alan Voight, settled charges by the SEC that he operated a $114 million Ponzi scheme.  The SEC’s case charged Voight with defrauding more than 300 investors in multiple offerings of promissory notes issued by two partnerships he owns.  Voight has agreed to an asset freeze and to pay civil penalties and return allegedly ill-gotten gains in an amount to be set later by the court.  SEC

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