Peggy Ann Fulford—Investment Fraud
Peggy Ann Fulford Allegedly Operated a Multi-million Financial Scheme Targeting Former Athletes Such as Ricky Williams
Peggy Ann Fulford, 58, a former Houston resident and now living in New Orleans, allegedly operated a multi-million financial scheme which targeted former athletes such as Ricky Williams, according to an Indictment from the U.S. Attorney’s Office Southern District of Texas.
Peggy Ann Fulford, a.k.a. Peggy King, Peggy Williams, Peggy Simpson, Peggy Rivers, Peggy Barard, Devon Cole, and Devon Barard, allegedly made statements to victims that she had been to Harvard and was a money manager, the aforementioned Indictment notes.
Fulford also allegedly made offers to manage client expenses and use their money exclusively to pay their bills, income tax payments, and to make retirement investments for them, the Indictment further alleges.
Fulford Allegedly Moved Cash from Alleged Victim Funds Back and Forth between Various Bank Accounts; Fulford Allegedly Used Client Funds on Personal Expenses
Peggy Ann Fulford allegedly executed her purported scheme by moving client funds back and forth between various bank accounts, according to an Indictment from the U.S. Attorney’s Office Southern District of Texas.
Fulford also allegedly never made requests for fees because she allegedly made reports to the alleged victims that she already had millions of dollars and simply wished to protect them from losing their money, the Indictment reports.
Finally, Fulford allegedly made communications with victims in several ways, including in person, by phone and by email, had allegedly soothed them to open or give her access to bank accounts and then allegedly raided and used the cash for personal expenses such as jewelry, luxury cars, real estate, and airline tickets, the Indictment notes.
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