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Very few of history’s most well known collapsed Ponzi schemes began deliberately. This is also true of many famous securities-related frauds. Men are drawn into this by degrees.
What typically happens is that a fund or a deal begins in good faith but there are setbacks. These setbacks threaten the money-raising efforts of the people behind the venture and they say to themselves “Someday I will make this right,…

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