Four Canadians and two Americans were charged with swindling $300 million from investors who believed they were putting money into a gold mining operation.
The Securities and Exchange Commission named Milowe Allen Brost and Gary Allen Sorenson of Calgary as the primary architects of the scheme that took savings, retirement and home equity funds from more than 3,000 investors across the U.S. and Canada for the false gold.
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