Thursday, March 5, 2009

Tell your tale of woe

If you are a Stanford Antigua Investor and would like to talk about your troubles, the BBC is listening.

Here's an email so they can contact you for an interview: LINK. They asked me if I knew anyone, so I'm just passing this along.


  1. I believed my Financial advisor and had taken
    his advise for years.The CD paid 6.15% for
    $100,000 for five year. A long time to invest.No red flags here. I had gotten over 5.00% at a local bank.This is fraud, and the investors are the victims.

  2. I agree. The "too good to be true" was only obvious when seen in the context of the banks' business/investments.
    This was a very good con. That's why it lasted so long.