Pair Convicted of Coin Scam Costing Consumers Millions | The Voss Law Firm | Bill Voss | Coin Lawyer
6/14/2011Two Long Island men were convicted Monday of conspiracy to commit fraud and money laundering in connection with a scam to cheat customers out of $30 million by using high-pressure tactics to sell coins at vastly inflated prices, federal officials said.
Michael Romano, 45, of Levittown, and William Kearney, 36, of East Islip, were found guilty of conspiracy to commit both fraud and money laundering...
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