by Structured Settlement Watchdog
- If convicted Ponzi schemer and Income Stream Exchange Founder Todd Dyer was a defendant in only one fraud case pending before the United States District Court in the Eastern District of Wisconsin, it would have been enough. He is a defendant in three!
- If convicted Ponzi schemer and Income Stream Exchange Founder Todd Dyer hadn't been charged with 1 count of arising from a scheme to defraud potential investors in a farmland property purchasing enterprise, it would have been enough. He was charged with 31! [Case No. 15-CR-115]
- If convicted Ponzi schemer and Income Stream Exchange Founder Todd Dyer hadn't been indicted on two counts relating to a scheme to defraud an individual out of $250,000, in Case No. 15-CR-137, it would have been enough.
- If convicted Ponzi schemer and Income Stream Exchange Founder Todd Dyer hadn't been recently indicted in Case No. 16-CR-100 and was charged with 13 counts, including new fraud counts, witness tampering, and violating a July 16, 2015 order to have no contact with the members of the Joan B. family.[ (Docket # 1.) Case Nos. 15-CR-115], it would have been enough.
Dyer Hoped for "Joseph and Her Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat", To "Raise Dough" from Structured Settlement Annuitants and Investors
Dyer previously filed a motion requesting permission to travel to Palm Springs, California, to meet with Michael Cheley and assist Cheley in his work on a business Dyer founded called “Income Stream Exchange” (“ISXC”). (Docket # 80 at 1-2 in Case No. 15-CR-115.), for which the motion was denied by Judge Nancy Joseph. Judge Joseph has now ruled that she will not reconsider the ruling.
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