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SEC Complaint against We the People, Inc., Richard Olive

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In its Complaints against We The People, Inc. of the United States, Richard Olive, and Susan Olive, the Securities and Exchange Commission accused them of defrauding investors through an unlawful offering of charitable gift annuities:

SEC Complaint Against We The People, Inc.

SEC Complaint Against Richard and Susan Olive.

Attorneys Alan Rosca and Joe Peiffer have been investigating the We The People, Inc. alleged fraud and are preparing to take action and seek compensation on behalf of investors who purchased the We The People Charitable Gift Annuities (“CGA”).  Their investigation is focused on those promoters who sold the we the People annuities to investors.

We The People, Inc. of the United States has been shut down.  A Receiver has been appointed by the Court to oversee the liquidation of any remaining assets and distribution of any collected funds to creditors.

“In Ponzi scheme cases, recovery through receivership or bankruptcy is usually small,” said security attorney Alan Rosca.  ”Our efforts in cases of this type seek to supplement whatever recovery becomes available for investors through the receivership or bankruptcy.  In this case, we intend to seek compensation, on behalf of  We The People investors, from those financial industry members that employed investment professionals who sold the unregistered CGA investments to their customers in violation of their duties,” said attorney Rosca.

Investors in We the People’s CGA program are encouraged to call attorneys Alan Rosca or Joe Peiffer, toll free at 888-998-0520, for a free evaluation of their case.

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Author deals with a purported charitable organization - We the People, Inc. of the United States, registered in Massachusetts, based in Tallahassee, Florida, and operating nationwide. It is based on investigation by Alan Rosca and Joe Peiffer indicates that we the People offered an investment program called We the people CGA - Charitable Gift Annuities” to the investing public nationwide. For more info please visit -

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