The attorney for 64-year-old
The policyholder would get paid an upfront amount and the investor was promised a larger insurance payout when the person died. Steinger and others involved admitted that life expectancy numbers were cooked, the company's financial strength was falsified and older investors were paid with money from newer ones.
Thirteen people have been convicted or pleaded guilty in the case.
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