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March 16, 2016

Posted  March 16, 2016

New Jersey announced that four individuals have been charged in connection with two separate schemes in which investors allegedly were defrauded of a total of $350,000 that they invested in purported medical ventures. In the first scheme, Joseph Denti Jr., Joseph Giardina and Heidi Francavilla allegedly stole $250,000 from a doctor by convincing him to advance that amount for a bogus investment involving a surgical center. They allegedly diverted his funds for their personal benefit. In the second scheme, Ralph Perricelli Jr. and Joseph Denti Jr. allegedly convinced a married couple to invest $100,000 in a blood-testing laboratory by falsely claiming to be joint owners of the lab. NJ

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