First International Bank of Grenada
The First International Bank of Grenada (FIBG) was an offshore bank that operated between 1996 and 2000, duping thousands of people in a Ponzi scheme. Four people were indicted, the result of a collaborative effort between the FBI and the Internal Revenue Service, estimating a monetary loss from investors at over $170 million.
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- Marchant, David (13 February 2002). "Funny Business: Oil or snake oil?". Retrieved 23 June 2014.
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