Salim Damji is a convicted fraudster who stole millions of dollars in an affinity fraud. The money came mostly from relatives and members of the close-knit Ismaili community. His $78 million scam was among the largest in Canadian history. Charles Dawson, an amateur British archeologist who claimed to have found the Piltdown man. Marc Dreier, Managing founder of Attorney firm Dreir LLP, a $700 million Ponzi scheme. Enric Durán defrauded Spanish banks and then gave away the loaned money to anti-growth organizations. Bernard Ebbers, founder of WorldCom, which inflated its asset statements by about $11 billion.
Mehran "Ron" Farhadi
Mehran "Ron" Farhadi Los Angeles real estate magnate, was falsely accused of being a lead conspirator in multimillion dollar fraud centered on collapse of Los Angeles-area chain of automobile dealerships. Ramón Báez Figueroa, banker from the Dominican Republic and former President of Banco Intercontinental. He was sentenced on October 21, 2007 to 10 years in prison for a US $2.2 billion fraud case that drove the Caribbean nation into economic crisis in 2003.