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any info on these toronto based boiler room guys?
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Posted: Saturday, August 13, 2011
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By: whitehall metals

Allan Silverstein was the ownwer of Whitehall Metals in 93 to 94.This boiler room sold bars of Indium at inflated rates .After CNN ran a story on other rooms in Toronto many were charged and did time.Howard Dick,Lorne Banks,Jack Kronis and David Boker all did a couple years for the same fraud.But not Allan !!! Nothing happened to him and he went on to other frauds.Talk about building up years of bad carma.

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Posted: 6/26/2011 10:41:21 AM

By: shloam weissman

These guys used to operate out of my uncle's building near Kiva's in the north part of toronto. I hear that their love for bagels and theft has taken them to bagel world ( a little south of Kiva's). If anyone is looking for them, that's a great place to start. Also there is a rub and tug that they frequent in the same plaza. Happy hunting!!!

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Posted: 6/24/2011 8:41:49 AM

By: jail time

feder,silverstein and walker are vetran boiler room guys.Silverstein was fined 20 mill for his role in a lottery boiler room.The OSC jailed a guy for 5 years last week for such crimes and a first for canada.I hope these guys get jail time for this and past evil deeds .


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