Long Island Madoff Victims Still Seek Help; But Trustee Paid Over $200M

It’s been almost three years since NBC News reported the Port Washington, NY meeting of 150 of Madoff’s Long Island and most vocal victims, was held to bring attention to a critical deadline for victims to claim their losses. July 2, 2009 marked the end of a 6 month narrow window for the sea of Madoff victims to claim the estimated $65 billion in fraud related losses to the regulatory agency, Securities Investor Protection Corporation (SIPC). SIPC is the administration overseeing those claims under the supervision of the appointed Trustee Irving H Picard, whose legal embattlement in attempts to recover losses related to the largest ever securities fraud enterprise in US history has been widely publicized. Read more on here.

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