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NEW YORK – New York Attorney General Letitia James today announced a 20-count criminal indictment charging Aaron D. Fischman — former CEO of the now defunct company Cardis Enterprises International (USA), Inc. (Cardis) — with operating a multi-million dollar securities fraud scheme that defrauded over $22 million from investors across the country and around the world.
Pursuant to a money judgement against Mr. Fischman, the banking records of his attorney Lawrence Katz were successfully procured by subpoena.
Now, as a result of the subpoena process, it has been learned through a forensic analysis that over $31 million intended as direct investment into Cardis was diverted. It is believed that Mr. Fischman raised over $60,000,000, including money from offshore investors.
|CASE||Aaron Fischman Investment Fraud||Burlington County Embezzlement||Ariel Quiros|
|Total time spent analyzing bank statements manually||2000 hrs.||300 hrs.||2500 hrs.|
|With existing software||200 hrs.||12.5 hrs.||233 hrs.|
|With eFraud||10 hrs.||1.7 hrs.||11.7 hrs.|
|Savings compared with manual||$398,000||$198,867||$497,660|
|Total time spent analyzing bank statements manually||2000 hrs.|
|With existing software||200 hrs.|
|With eFraud||10 hrs.|
|Savings compared with manual||$398,000|
|Total time spent analyzing bank statements manually||300 hrs.|
|With existing software||12.5 hrs.|
|With eFraud||1.7 hrs.|
|Savings compared with manual||$198,867|
|Total time spent analyzing bank statements manually||2500 hrs.|
|With existing software||233 hrs.|
|With eFraud||11.7 hrs.|
|Savings compared with manual||$497,660|