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    Barbara Kovalev worries daughter's money gone in alleged Ponzi scheme

Barbara Kovalev worries daughter's money gone in alleged Ponzi scheme David T. Foster, III The Charlotte Observer
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Rick Siskey handled her disabled daughter’s trust fund. Now she wonders if it’s gone.

March 17, 2017 7:00 AM