Charles Ponzi didn’t invent his eponymous pyramid scheme — but he lent star power to one of the oldest scams in the book. He also believed that his plan could have become a legitimate business.


Post-Madoff, a Greater Awareness of Ponzi Schemes
NYT, November 14, 2011

Category: Legal, Video

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One Response to “Ponzi: Giving Fraud a Bad Name”

  1. The Window Washer says:

    Damn I just started “Ponzi Financial” last week. I guess 100 years isn’t long enough.