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Frank Schaefer of Caviar Creator - what happened
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Posted: Saturday, August 13, 2011
Joined: 10/12/2010
Posts: 5779

Posted: 6/27/2011 8:37:23 PM

By: Hunter

Found a post from 2010 containing information below. Wondering what happened in trial and if anyone has complaint they can email me or post?


Caviar Creator Frank Schaefer: 50 million fish eggs?
Only a year ago was threatening the president of the fish egg producers Caviar Creator, Las Vegas, Dusseldorf and the Pomeranian Demmin, Frank Schaefer (54), the financial news service with a 1-million-dollar lawsuit, if not all news about the company drops the peddled over the counter despite the threat of permanent failure in a big way shares as a "gold mine" of gutgläugige investors.
Now, the Caviar Creator boss is personally in a 50-million-euro fraud trial in Dusseldorf in court. On Monday (May 31, 2010) is a prisoner awaiting trial Schaefer (from the United States was extradited to Germany) of the prison Ulmer height in Dusseldorf district court transferred, where a mammoth process begins with 24 scheduled days of the trial until September 2010.


Posted: Saturday, August 13, 2011

Posted: 8/7/2011 10:03:25 AM

By: ffbkdavid

frank SCHAEFER was convicted to 3 years 8 months of imprisonment on 15 december 2010 -

bankrupt CAVIAR CREATOR MANUFAKTUR GMBH has become sold to a russian investor -

... worth keeping an eye on a working translation software

take care



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