New York Attorney General Secures Judgment Against Cardis Enterprises International

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AG-NYNew York Attorney General Letitia James announced today that she had secured default judgments against numerous entities and individuals involved in a $30 million fraud.

In December 2018, the New York Attorney General’s Office filed suit against Cardis and company personnel Aaron Fischman, Stephen Brown, Steven Hoffman, and Seth Rosenblatt for participating in the fraudulent marketing of Cardis to investors. The complaint further alleged that, while Cardis was raising significant investor funds, Fischman was fraudulently diverting much of the proceeds to enrich himself, family members, and his favored charities.

Default judgments were entered against Cardis Enterprises International N.V., Cardis Enterprises International (U.S.A.) Inc., Cardis Enterprises International B.V., and Chosen Israel LLC, along with several individuals related to Aaron Fischman as relief defendants.

“The case remains ongoing with several motions pending,” the AG wrote in a public statement, “including a motion for leave to amend the complaint to re-plead claims against Stephen Brown (who was previously dismissed from the case) and the remaining defendants.”

Last modified: October 11, 2019

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