Infinity2Global Review- Scam

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Richard J. Anzalone pleaded guilty to one count of Infinity2Global Ponzi fraud two months before his trial was supposed to start.   

Anzalone is the first of seven people charged with a crime to say they are guilty.   

After being charged in 2017 and waiting for years, Anzalone was finally set to go on trial on July 12, 2022.   

Anzalone turned in a plea deal on May 17, admitting to one count of fraud. In the Infinity2Global indictment against Anzalone, there are multiple counts of mail fraud conspiracy and money laundering.  Richard Maike started Infinity2Global in 2013 as a Ponzi scheme with a casino theme.   

Anzalone’s guilty plea means he admits he did what he  cheated on the stock market; he “deliberately shut his eyes to what was clear,” and he was aware that Infinity2Global was a scam. 

During the conspiracy, defendant Anzalone got about $941,913 in commissions and bonuses from the sale of different I2G Earning Ranks, such as Emperor positions, through a company or companies he and co-defendant Faraday Hosseinipour set up.   

Anzalone could get up to five years in prison, a $250,000 fine, and three years of being watched over after getting out of jail.   

In return for the guilty plea, the DOJ has agreed to: Anzalone is guilty on all the other counts; recommend that he get “a sentence at the low end of the applicable guideline range,” which is three levels lower than what Anzalone would normally get; and lock him up.   

Anzalone’s stolen money is worth $941,913. 

The deal between Anzalone and the court was signed on April 29, 2022.   

On May 17, a new plea deal was filed behind closed doors. I can’t get into the filing, so I don’t know what else it might say about the criminal case against Anzalone.   

On May 18, the court agreed to Anzalone’s deal to plead guilty. The court date for the sentence is August 9. 

The remaining five Infinity 2 Global defendants, owner Richard Maike and promoters Doyce Barnes, Faraday Hosseinipour, Dennis Dvorin, and Jason L. Syn, are still set to go to trial in July.

Richard J. Anzalone pleaded guilty to one count of Infinity2Global Ponzi fraud two months before his trial was supposed to start.    Anzalone is the first of seven people charged with a crime to say they are guilty.    After being charged in 2017 and waiting for years, Anzalone was finally set to go on…

Richard J. Anzalone pleaded guilty to one count of Infinity2Global Ponzi fraud two months before his trial was supposed to start.    Anzalone is the first of seven people charged with a crime to say they are guilty.    After being charged in 2017 and waiting for years, Anzalone was finally set to go on…

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