Couple faces prison over ponzi-style scamBY ELIZABETH MCARTHUR | FRIDAY, 10 MAY 2019 11:13AM
A ponzi-style investment scheme that defrauded Collingwood Magpies fans out of more than $800,000 has seen one man convicted on dishonesty charges while his wife is already serving time for fraud offences.
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