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The Oxford Club

Baltimore Investors club – reformed from The Royal Society of Liechtenstein, Boca Raton, FL and Zurich, Switzerland; a fictitious entity incorporated by Joel S. Nadel and lawyer Jeffrey G. Klein http://www.nytimes.com/1992/10/04/business/an-oasis-rich-in-shady-operators.html?pagewanted=4

Nadel obituary http://query.nytimes.com/gst/fullpage.html?res=9507EFD8153AF932A25757C0A9609C8B63

An associate of Nadel and Klein, Jerold Weinger, was involved in a Wall Street firm cocaine bust, April 1987 http://www.nytimes.com/1987/04/18/nyregion/firm-in-drug-raid-suspected-of-fraud.html?pagewanted=1        “Drug Agents Raid 4 Wall Street Firms: 19 Arrested in Alleged Trading of Cocaine for Stocks and Data” http://www.encyclopedia.com/doc/1P2-1317253.html

Nadel’s protege: Mark M. Ford, aka Michael Masterson http://www.spyfu.com/Term.aspx?t=989791


Gary A. Scott,  http://www.garyascott.com/ , Pres. of International Services Center, Inc.,  North Carolina,   http://www.garyascott.com/reports/173/index.html , http://www.assetstrategies.com/media/ChairmansLetter.pdf

In 1968, G.A. Scott moved to Hong Kong, then to London. Owns 800 acre plantation in Ecuador called ‘Rosaspamba’ and a 250 acre farm in North Carolina. Trustee of “The Land of the Sun Foundation”, a publicly funded charity for reforestation. Wrote for “Natural Awakenings” magazine, practitioner of yoga along with wife Merri, sells seminars and real estate in South America.


Joel Nadel, Jeffrey Klein and Jerold P. Weinger comprised the executive management of Quantum Ventures Group:
“Lenny Tucker, in his heyday, headed the Boca Raton operation of F.D. Roberts & Company, a penny-stock brokerage that promoted a host of other dubious companies, including Goldcor, a phony enterprise that boasted of being able to extract gold from Costa Rican beach sand. Investors..lost at least $50 million when Goldcor collapsed in 1988. F.D.Roberts shut its doors in 1989…The firm’s headquarters was in Paramus, New Jersey, but most of its brokers were in Boca Raton…
   A local legend in Boca is Joel S. Nadel, whose troubles with securities regulators date back more than 20 years..[he] is best known among regulators as the publisher of more than a dozen market newsletters, including one that claimed to be the product of a secret investing society in Leichtenstein. Investors who followed his newsletters’ tips frequently found themselves holding worthless shares…
   The [SEC] had charged that [Nadel] violated securities laws by failing to tell his newsletter subscribers that several penny-stock promoters, since convicted of fraud, had paid him to tout their dubious companies. One of the stocks..was Goldcor….His investment newsletters attracted complaints from the [SEC]. His direct-mail ‘sweepstakes’ was investigated by the Postal Service…
   The roster of Boca Companies includes Quantum Ventures Group, a Nasdaq-listed corporation…Mr. Nadel is chairman of Quantum’s three-man board.
…the address is the law office of a Quantum director, Jeffrey G. Klein…Jerold P. Weinger, the third Quantum director and its president, later called to explain that the company ‘splits its time’ between the Boca Raton office and one on Park Avenue in New York…” http://www.nytimes.com/1992/10/04/business/an-oasis-rich-in-shady-operators.html?pagewanted=1
Registered businesses of Joel S. Nadel
from corporation wiki: http://www.corporationwiki.com/companies/index.aspx/N/1/38/
10-27-71 http://www.corporationwiki.com/Florida/Miami-Beach/nationwide-leisure-corp-2848269.aspx
8-30-79 http://www.corporationwiki.com/Florida/Boca-Raton/international-media-corp-2247050.aspx
3-13-80 http://www.corporationwiki.com/Florida/Boca-Raton/resource-newsletter-associates-ltd-6460869.aspx
4-01-80 http://www.corporationwiki.com/Florida/Boca-Raton/ppm-newsletter-inc-3579026.aspx
6-30-80 http://www.corporationwiki.com/Florida/Boca-Raton/pts-newsletter-corp-2017197.aspx
2-02-81 http://www.corporationwiki.com/Florida/Boca-Raton/cts-newsletter-corp-4615258.aspx
10-14-81 http://www.corporationwiki.com/Florida/Boca-Raton/pension-newsletter-corp-4803063.aspx
9-10-82 http://www.corporationwiki.com/Florida/Miami/newsletter-management-corporation-2284549.aspx
9-10-82 http://www.corporationwiki.com/Florida/Boca-Raton/american-newsletter-corp-6288857.aspx
9-10-82 http://www.corporationwiki.com/Florida/Boca-Raton/newsletter-publishing-inc-4386195.aspx
9-10-82 http://www.corporationwiki.com/Florida/Boca-Raton/resource-newsletter-corp-4648791.aspx
5-11-83 http://www.corporationwiki.com/Florida/Boca-Raton/meadow-winds-corporation-2149147.aspx
9-07-83 http://www.corporationwiki.com/Florida/Boca-Raton/devonshire-financial-corp-6296740.aspx
3-21-84 http://www.corporationwiki.com/Florida/Boca-Raton/glp-associates-ltd-4429445.aspx
11-01-84 http://www.corporationwiki.com/Florida/Boca-Raton/american-type-graphics-inc-3652967.aspx
11-01-84 http://www.corporationwiki.com/Florida/Boca-Raton/coin-investors-research-institute-inc-2555151.aspx
11-01-84 http://www.corporationwiki.com/Florida/Boca-Raton/mail-pro-inc-2837640.aspx
12-20-84 http://www.corporationwiki.com/Florida/Boca-Raton/list-pro-inc-2568680.aspx
2-27-85 http://www.corporationwiki.com/Florida/Boca-Raton/seminars-international-incorporated-3888473.aspx
3-12-85 http://www.corporationwiki.com/Florida/Boca-Raton/nadcom-telecommunications-corp-4287879.aspx
5-28-85 http://www.corporationwiki.com/Florida/Boca-Raton/investment-coin-exchange-of-america-inc-4626249.aspx
7-30-85 http://www.corporationwiki.com/Florida/Boca-Raton/american-institute-of-coin-brokers-inc-2953233.aspx
11-08-85 http://www.corporationwiki.com/Florida/Boca-Raton/direct-marketing-investments-inc-3285800.aspx
11-12-85 http://www.corporationwiki.com/Florida/Boca-Raton/real-estate-communications-inc-2262196.aspx
4-23-87 http://www.corporationwiki.com/Florida/Boca-Raton/american-gemstones-inc-4024104.aspx
10-30-87 http://www.corporationwiki.com/Florida/Boca-Raton/american-opportunity-investment-corp-5940327.aspx
11-09-87 http://www.corporationwiki.com/Florida/Boca-Raton/value-wise-travel-corporation-4333008.aspx
11-18-87 http://www.corporationwiki.com/Florida/Boca-Raton/personal-investing-news-corp-2862024.aspx
12-03-87 http://www.corporationwiki.com/Florida/Boca-Raton/sub-generators-inc-4027466.aspx
12-30-87 http://www.corporationwiki.com/Florida/Boca-Raton/american-society-of-physicians-inc-4868829.aspx
12-31-87 http://www.corporationwiki.com/Florida/Boca-Raton/contest-enterprises-inc-2958386.aspx
12-31-87 http://www.corporationwiki.com/Florida/Boca-Raton/the-royal-english-health-corp-3923644.aspx
3-01-88 http://www.corporationwiki.com/Florida/Boca-Raton/american-media-group-inc-4840095.aspx
5-13-88 http://www.corporationwiki.com/Florida/Boca-Raton/contest-promotions-inc-4731807.aspx
12-21-90 http://www.corporationwiki.com/Florida/Boca-Raton/direct-financial-corp-4033389.aspx
12-21-90 http://www.corporationwiki.com/Florida/Boca-Raton/the-canterbury-agency-inc-2297455.aspx
8-12-92 http://www.corporationwiki.com/Florida/Boca-Raton/cambridge-capital-management-inc-4851573.aspx
The Goldcor swindle and the death of Richard Brown:

“Brown became president of Tarsand in 1985, when the company changed its name to Goldcor. Brown, a born-again Christian who lives in Daytona Beach, was a founder and trustee of the International Christian Life Ministries, an evangelical organization. Some individuals, including Margaret French of Orlando, said they were informed by Christian stockbrokers that Goldcor was operated by Christians, and the religious connection was a motivating factor to invest.”

   “Richard Brown, 52, was found dead early in the morning in his Pelican Bay home. Found on a Saturday morning by his father, Brown, the former president of Goldcor and accused stock swindling mastermind,
Brown was due in federal court on the upcoming Tuesday to face charges he knowingly scammed investors out of millions. He claimed to have developed technology that could extract gold from the black sands of Costa Rica…” http://www.news-journalonline.com/special/coldcase/2008/092208.htm


1 Comment »

  1. What would Bill Bonner do if he read this article by Lila Rajiva !? Spank her ? Or has he ? While I have heard of various scams run by Agora Inc.’s Oxford Club and even David Marchant wrote something about it, I never knew it rose like a Phoenix(or AIDS virus),out of the corpse of a corporate fraud claiming to turn Costa Rican beach sand to gold ! That’s a Lew Rock-Wellian,Ludwig Von Misesian and libertarian fantasy if ever I heard one.
    I’d sure like to hear Bill Bonner’s review of his co-author
    Lila Rajiva’s story re Goldcor and Oxford Club.(I add a brief quote and link below.)In fact maybe Lila might tell us if she still sticks behind the story…..
    Wasn’t the Goldcor scam incorporated in California or was that another Goldcor I ran across ?
    This is actually Lila Rajiva’s best story.I didn’t know she was capable of it.Still it doesn’t make up for her willingness to lie for Bill Bonner,James Dale Davidson and their Lord William Rees-Mogg and,(to use her term), to ‘stalk’ both you and me on the internet for them.Hee.Hee.
    Actually Billie boy Bonner still
    includes her name as co-author in every scammy disinformation piece he spams the internet with.Just go to the google news and search for her name and the Christian Science Monster,I mean Monitor,and Bill Bonner have her name reflected to infinity.
    Just as the Chistian Science Monster prints every lie that ex CIA Chief James Woolsey and his Pakistani American side kick(and partner in stock fraud and money laundering) and Fox Middle East
    ‘expert’ ,Mansoor Ijaz,(whose
    ‘advise’ cost Daniel Pearl his head),thinks up – the Christian Science Monster also spams for Lila and Bill and Agora Inc….I wonder why ?


    Turning Beach Sand Into Gold – The Goldcor Swindle
    April 10, 2009

    Posted in: Finance
    Perhaps the most famous scam of all was Goldcor, which also had links to other crimes – drug-running and penny-stock hustling…in Florida, of all places. Florida was also the center of mortgage-hustling and land speculation, not just recently but historically.

    And the Florida crime circuit, like Madoff’s, had its New York outlet…..

    In April 1991, the government froze $6.6 million of Nadel’s assets; in August, Goldcor President Richard Brown was found in his home with a bullet behind his left ear; in November, a federal judge ordered Goldcor representative Carl Martin to refund $10.8 million to investors. An estimated 3,000 investors lost at least $50 million in the scam.”

    The most interesting part of this little history is that the Royal Society of Liechtenstein was sold off, changing its name to the Oxford Club, which has been since then a part of Agora Inc.

    The Brown death was never seriously investigated, say some SEC officials, who believe it was a murder.

    What’s even more interesting is that Nadel’s Chief Operating Office, Mark Ford, who was also banned from selling stocks directly as a result of the settlement with the SEC, changed his name to Michael Masterson, and followed the Royal Society of Liechtenstein to Agora Inc., as part of Oxford Club and as a consultant.).

    Comment by Tony Ryals — March 20, 2010 @ 9:20 pm

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