from Unstructured Finance:

Tyrone Gilliams fights the law

January 14, 2013

By Matthew Goldstein

It's been a while since we last wrote about the legal struggles of Tyrone Gilliams, the Philadelphia commodities trader/hip-hop promoter/wannabe reality show star/self-styled preacher, whom federal authorities have charged with scamming investors out of $5 million. But the University of Pennslyania graduate is making news again with the scheduled start of his Jan. 22 criminal trial in New York federal court.

from Unstructured Finance:

Suite Scams revisited

March 12, 2012

Virtual offices can be a great cost-saver for a solo attorney, a lone accountant or any other professional who can't afford the expense  of maintaining a separate support staff to run a business. But these outfits, in which a solo professional gets to essentially rent the services of a receptionist, a secretary and conference space, also can provide cover for bad guys bent on doing mischief.

from Unstructured Finance:

Tyrone Gilliams keeps going and going despite charges

November 19, 2011

By Matthew Goldstein

It's been an eventful month for hip-hop promoter and commodities trader Tyrone Gilliams, the man federal authorities allege defrauded investors out of at least $5 million.

from Unstructured Finance:

The law catches up to TL Gilliams

October 6, 2011

By Matthew Goldstein

Tyrone Gilliams Jr. wanted to live a larger than life story--with much of it playing out last year in videos he had produced and plastered all over the Internet. A year later, Gilliams true life drama has him fighting to maintain his freedom.

from Blogs Dashboard:

Remember the Philly trader?

October 5, 2011

Back in May, Matthew Goldstein wrote about commodities trader and hip-hop promoter Tyrone Gilliams in the special report “A fame-seeking Philly trader’s rap falls flat.”