It’s been a little over a year since federal investigators caught up to Charlotte businessman Rick Siskey and the Ponzi scheme he was running. He committed suicide a few days after court filings indicated that he was under investigation.
Investors are owed about $50 million. Charlotte attorney Charles Monnett is trying to get some of that money back for his clients who are victims of Siskey’s fraud and talked to WFAE's Gwendolyn Glenn about his efforts.
Mr. Monnett represents some victims of the Ponzi scheme run by Rick Siskey. Federal investigators uncovered the fraud in late 2016. Siskey killed himself a few days later.