Sentencing Greatly Reduced
Recent criminal case with United Stated District Court for the Eastern District of Missouri where,” According to records from the United States Postal Inspection Service(USPIS), the Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI), and the Arizona Attorney General, beginning at a time unknown but including April 2012, and continuing until on or about July 2015, in the Eastern District of Missouri and elsewhere, the defendant and others conspired together and with other unknown conspirators to devise a fraudulent scheme to promote, offer, and sell “business opportunities” as part of a telemarketing enterprise that victimized ten or more persons over the age of 55 and targeted persons over the age of 55. As part of the fraudulent scheme, the defendants fraudulently obtained merchant accounts for the telemarketing enterprise and challenged credit card disputes. “Statutory Provisions were maximum term of imprisonment for the one charge plead to was 30 years. The Guideline Provisions were 151 months to 188 months.
Neil Beller was able to obtain 48 months for the defendant after approximately a year.