A guy who promises revenues with his surefire system of gambling was broken in Las Vegas on scams charges, local media reported.
Las Vegas man appealing surefire system for gambling back behind bars Mark Georgantas was arrested recently at the Hard Rock Casino on 2 counts of securities fraud. The scams apparently happened in between July 2013 and March 2014, News3LV reported.
According to the court indictment, the 53-year-old assured his victims revenues on their investments with the aid of an ensured Online betting system that he produced. Among the victims paid Georgantas more than $300,000, while the 2nd victim shelled out more than $50,000 for the said investment.
This isn’t the first time Georgantas has had a run in with the authorities.
Back in 2003, Georgantas got away from a minimum security prison where he was serving a one-year sentence. According to Onlinepoker.net, the guy and a fellow inmate left through the James A. Musick Facility’s storm drain, as well as called a female pal to select him up only to be detained numerous hours later in the woman’s car.
In 2009, Georgantas remained in the middle of a fraud trial at the Santa Ana courthouse when he asked the bailiff to let him use the washroom. He escaped, however was apprehended a week later on. He was sentenced to invest three years and eight months in prison, however was launched several months later due to time served.
Georgantas, who was arraigned last January 7, had the warrant on him for three months before Nevada authorities lastly overtook him. He is due to appear before the Eighth Judicial District Court today.
The male, however, is firm in his belief that he hasn’t done anything wrong. Georgantas was quoted by the news outlet saying: Based on the damage this has actually done to me personally and the seriousness of the effects I am being extremely extensive in preparing a solid reaction upfront to the AG in advance of this case moving forward.