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Investigators said he bilked Nancy O'Connor, 79, by altering invoices, double billing for services and buying personal items with her money.
We tracked down one alleged bilked investor, who at first played dumb.
GLENDALE -- Robyn Alexandre bilked insurance companies out of nearly a half-million dollars and cheated the state out of more than $250,000, the California Department of Insurance announced Friday.
By the time a Federal Grand Jury indicted the managers of Bankest and Stratasys, lenders had been bilked of more than $170 million.
We are sending a message that in Los Angeles, we will not allow our homeowners to be bilked out of their hard-earned money,'' Delgadillo said.
The losses bilked an estimated 100,000 ERISA plan beneficiaries in almost 50 states out of their retirement savings and depleted funds for health benefits.
In the Mount Soledad case, the ACLU has bilked San Diego for an estimated $280,000.