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“It’s extremely sad that Peter Kleinig has lost his life savings and refuses to accept that he is at the centre of an investment fraud,” Mr Hillyard said.
“However, when the actions of a victim present a financial risk to other members of the community, authorities have a responsibility to step in to protect the public. That’s why we have entered into this court-enforceable undertaking.”
originally posted by: Chadwickus
a reply to: FamCore
Um, he lost $3 million.
That's not smarter
Getting on my soapbox a bit here, this kind of behaviour is actually a lot more common than most would think, maybe not this extreme, but definitely a worryingly amount, no matter what evidence or proof is presented, one still refuses to believe it..