Harry Stokes’ former company, Contemporary Benefits Design, in Monroe. The company became a subsidiary of National Financial Partners in 2006. After Stokes died, NFP sued the estate and claimed that Stokes admitted to running a years-long Ponzi scheme.
Harry Stokes’ former company, Contemporary Benefits Design, in Monroe. The company became a subsidiary of National Financial Partners in 2006. After Stokes died, NFP sued the estate and claimed that Stokes admitted to running a years-long Ponzi scheme. Abbi O'Leary aoleary@charlotteobserver.com
Harry Stokes’ former company, Contemporary Benefits Design, in Monroe. The company became a subsidiary of National Financial Partners in 2006. After Stokes died, NFP sued the estate and claimed that Stokes admitted to running a years-long Ponzi scheme. Abbi O'Leary aoleary@charlotteobserver.com

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