Toddlers Helped Canadian Sell Ponzi Scheme To Victims
Canadian con man Jason Stuebing used an effective ruse when he hustled investors in two separate Ponzi schemes. Sometimes, the Windsor Star reported, he would bring his toddler children with him to meet with victims, to appear more trustworthy. Stuebing, 44, has now been sentenced to 20 months in jail for skimming nearly $500,000 from people who thought they were investing in a medical supply equipment business and the solar panel industry. Of his total sentence, Stuebing will received time served for seven months he has already spent behind bars, The Star said. “I was taught better morals and values than I have shown through my actions,” he was quoted as telling a judge at sentencing.