In a decision released on Tuesday, the
Caramadre pleaded guilty to wire fraud and conspiracy in the scheme. He has been sentenced to six years in prison, and was ordered to pay back
Caramadre and an employee acknowledged they paid terminally ill people cash then illegally used their personal information to purchase bonds and annuities that would pay out when the person died.
Caramadre has since renounced his guilty plea and is appealing it.
His license is suspended pending the outcome of his appeal.
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