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Complaint Review: Amstar Investment Properties
Amstar Investment Properties566 Palio Court Internet United States of America
Amstar Investment Properties Alcides Roman This man specializes in Ponzi Schemes, Investment Scams and Financial Services Scams. Lots of victims. Be aware he will take your money and almost definitely you will not get it back. Internet
Alcides Roman, age 53, of Ocoee, Florida, was sentenced Monday to 41 months in prison
and 3 years supervised release for defrauding $340,000 from individuals in Louisiana
seeking business loans.
The sentence was handed down by United States District Judge Tom Stagg. Roman was also ordered to pay $340,000 to his victims.
In November 2007, Alcides Roman, doing business as Amstar Investment Properties, procured wire transfers of money from two different advanced fee contracts. The first transfer involved a wire transfer of $200,000 by an individual looking for financing on several properties in Alabama and Florida.
Roman represented that he could secure financing in the amount of $26 million for an advance fee of $200,000. The individual sent the money as requested but never received the financing or a refund on the fee as promised.
The investigation revealed a second set of victims in Texas who also sent money
in November of 2007.
Roman pleaded guilty to wire fraud in September 2012. He is to report to the
Bureau of Prisons on February 25, 2013.
The case was investigated by the Federal Bureau of Investigation, Shreveport
Resident Agency, and was prosecuted by Senior Litigation Counsel Joseph G. Jarzabek.
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