Brandon Frere seems to be nearing the end of his legal issues with both the FTC and U.S. Attorney.
A recent court filing in the American Financial Benefits Center case said, “As the Court is aware, on December 20, 2019, Defendant Brandon Frere entered a plea of guilty to one count each of wire fraud and money laundering. See United States v. Frere, Cr. 19-0493-SI. His sentencing has been delayed, including due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but is currently scheduled for July 24, 2020. Mr. Frere and the Federal Trade Commission have been in discussions regarding settlement and have reached an agreement in principle. They anticipate that the settlement will be finalized before Mr. Frere’s sentencing hearing.”
The document also states, “The Companies, that is, American Financial Benefits Center, Ameritech Financial, and Financial Education Benefits Center, are no longer operating and their assets have been liquidated under the supervision of the Receiver in this Action, Thomas McNamara.” – Source
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1 thought on “Criminal Sentencing Scheduled for Brandon Frere From American Financial Benefits Case”
3.5 years isnt nearly enough for this piece of trash that calls itself human. get your b-hole ready, Brandon. These are gonna be 3.5 looooong looong years.