Wednesday, May 30, 2007

Man sentenced in work-at-home scheme

The former president of a defunct nationwide work-at-home-scheme called Club Freedom has been sentenced to 18 months in prison for conspiracy to commit mail fraud.

Neil Telafor, 57, of Kresgeville, Monroe County, was sentenced yesterday by U.S. Middle District Senior Judge Malcolm Muir, who also imposed a three-year term of supervised release.

For now, Telafor is responsible for $143,604 in restitution because his co-defendant, Dayton Sauerman, formerly of State College, is believed to be in China with his wife, a native of that country.

I love it when these cheats get what's coming to them!

Check out the full story on Penn Live.com

2 comments:

Priscilla Ortiz said...

Wow, I never even heard of this copany. You never know! That's why it's so important to do your homework.

kalpesh said...

This is good example that law is eventually going to catch up with these scamsters. We need more vibrant community to keep tabs on such people.