EPHREN TAYLOR VICTIMS and WHISTLEBLOWERS-PLEASE READ AND FORWARD INFO TO OTHER VICTIMS

On Monday, there will be an announcement concerning Ephren Taylor.  Please check my Blog as I will post it as soon as it becomes available.  If you have information on Taylor's Ponzi scheme or anyone who helped him with the scheme, please contact me at 954-332-1143 or clerman@lermanfirm.com.  Our law firm along with the rest of the legal team will be suing those entities, such as Equity Trust Company, that facilitated Taylor's fraudulent investment schemes. If you have information that would assist us in these cases, please contact us immediately. A Big Thank You to everyone who has come forward and provided us with information on Taylor and Equity Trust Company.

PLEASE NOTE THAT WE HAVE INFORMATION THAT EPHREN AND MESHELLE TAYLOR HAVE INITIATED OTHER SCHEMES POSSIBLY INVOLVING IDENTITY THEFT AND CREDIT CARD FRAUD IN NEW YORK AND KANSAS. IF YOU HAVE INFORMATION ON THESE CURRENT SCHEMES THAT THE TAYLORS ARE INVOLVED IN, PLEASE REPORT THIS TO THE FBI IMMEDIATELY OR YOU MAY PROVIDE THIS INFORMATION TO MY OFFICE AND I WILL MAKE SURE THAT IT IS REPORTED TO LAW ENFORCEMENT.

May God Bless All of the Taylors' Victims, Both New and Old ! 

And May God Put An End To This Decade Long Trail of Evil!              Love to all, Cathy

 

Self-Directed IRAS-BEWARE

As many of you know, our firm serves as lead counsel in a class action suit filed in Raleigh, North Carolina against Ephren Taylor and other defendants including an entity called Equity Trust. See Lee v. Taylor, et al, Case Number 5:11-cv-00547-BO. One of the issues in that case is the liability of the self-directed IRA custodian, Equity Trust. Although the complaint concerns allegations about Equity Trust's activities as a co-conspirator in the sale of unlicensed securities through a Ponzi scheme and not its duties as a self-directed IRA custodian, the case again raises the issue of whether self-directed IRA custodians require more scrutiny and should be regulated. Over the next few weeks we will be examining cases involving fraudulent investment schemes, particularly Ponzi schemes, and the attraction of using self-directed IRAs to perpetuate those schemes.