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Ziegler Brothers Fraud Victim Reporting
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Posted: Saturday, August 13, 2011
Joined: 10/12/2010
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Posted: 6/25/2007 6:08:31 PM

By: Threat Research

Gathering data on thousands of people whom have become financial fraud crime victims surrounding a recovery project and other investment projects held secretly under the private control of James Gregory Ziegler (aka) Zig from 2000 thru 2007.

Ziegler geographically bounces around different overseas locations trying to disappear from his financial crime victims after realizing they will no longer send any more of their monies to him or others who send other people's monies as his indirect "money fraud mules." He also vanishes from victim project frauds when people no longer remain satisified with his false excuses for not having returned any portion of their monies.

If you believe you are a victim of financial investment fraud surrounding the activities of James Gregory Ziegler or any of his associates, and would like to understand more about what happened to thousands of similarly situated people such as yourself, share your experiences by contacting:

Upon verification of your having been personally victimized, informal case assessments and further documentary evidence will be routed to the appropriate federal law enforcement agency handling these matters.

Make no mistake, this criminal investigation still continues.

Thank you for your interest.


Threat Research




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