White collar crime might be defined as non-violent and financially based, but with companies losing billions and families losing homes it’s certainly not victimless. Just ask Ponzi scheme expert and attorney Michael Goldberg. For 22 years Goldberg has fought to return money to victims of Ponzi schemes, including those who allegedly fell prey to businessman-turned-fugitive Eric Bartoli.
After starting up an investment business in Latin America, Bartoli got the itch to make money in the U.S. By the mid-1990s, he moved his investment company, Cyprus Funds, to the Midwestern farming community of Doylestown, Ohio. And he moved in with style. Within months, Bartoli bought up the town, including a Victorian mansion on Main Street, three storefront shops and a huge 12-acre farm house for his family. The community was impressed. And every chance he got, Bartoli attributed his conspicuous consumption to the money he’s made from his company.
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