N.H. Banking Dept. seeks expenses from bankruptcy court for FRM Ponzi probe
A packed public gallery listens to background legal information regarding the FRM fraud case at a joint New Hampshire House and Senate hearing in this 2010 file photo.
The New Hampshire Banking Department – the agency most widely criticized for allowing the multimillion-dollar Financial Resource Mortgage Inc. Ponzi scheme to flourish – has filed for nearly $100,000 in claims against FRM's bankrupt estate, outraging at least some of the scheme's victims.
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