The victim of Larry Ramos arrested by the FBI on suspicion of fraud, waiting to repair the damage
Mexico City- The victim of Ninel Conde’s husband, Larry Ramos, is being arrested by the FBI on charges of at least $21 million in fraud, and they are awaiting compensation.
Cinthia Velarde and Guillermo Carvajal, who worked with singer Alejandra Guzmán, both brought the Colombian businessman case to the United States The victims of the authorities.
At the beginning of this year, it was revealed that Guzman himself claimed to have been defrauded of $4 million.
Carvajal declared: “He is already a criminal in custody. Force has been applied to the crimes he committed.”
The former manager of the rock musician added: “He will no longer be able to steal people because he has deceived 10,000 to millions of people, just like Alejandra.” He once told Ramos. “Invested” 300,000 U.S. dollars.
Ramos married Conde in November and was arrested in Miami, Florida on Thursday.
Velarde said: “Since we went to file the complaint, the FBI has been very strong. We brought all the evidence to them, including some audio we recorded in southern Mexico City in September 2020, where Larry accepted it. His fraudulent behavior,” Willard said.
According to a case document, under Gente’s control, Ramos contacted 235 people from 2013 to 2020, using algorithms to enable them to invest with a guaranteed return.
The document said: “Although the tone of his proposal is slightly different, Ramos usually tells investors that his algorithm will conduct regular transactions throughout the year, and each transaction will generate a 4% return.”
Ramos tried to deceive representatives of artists from the crowd.
Guzmán, Velarde, Carvajal, Andrés Castro and René Balderrama filed the first civil lawsuit against Ramos against Miami authorities in December 2019.
He said: “He (Ramos) reached an agreement with us (September); the agreement was clearly that we stopped the media because they were very obvious in the media.”
Two months later, Villad, Carvajal and Castro found nothing and charged Ramos with the FBI.
Faced with the arrest of her husband, the interpreter of “El Bombón Asesino” made a statement. She was disconnected from the facts to ensure that she had nothing to do with the case and hoped that Larry would resolve her situation.
According to reports, “their personal relationship has never been linked to any business or other partnerships.”
According to a Florida court document, Ramos was released on Monday after a friend posted a security deposit of $50,000. It is monitored by GPS.