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The owner of an oil field acquisition company was charged last week with securities fraud for allegedly bilking more than $7 million from 9,000 investors to fund a lifestyle that included cars, boats, furs, vacations and houses. Several financial institutions, including Mazuma Credit Union, Bank of America, U.S. Bank and at least nine others were used by the firm’s founder to conduct transactions, authorities discovered.

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