US v. Michael Eisenberg

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US v. Michael Eisenberg

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Most recent update 7/12/11 (See end of document)

United States v. Michael Eisenberg, 11-CR-20443 (SD Fla.)

UPDATE 7/12/11:

On June 29, 2011, Michael Eisenberg was charged by federal criminal information with 0ne-count of conspiracy to commit wire fraud.  The charges allege that Michael Eisenberg participated in business opportunity fraud through telemarketing.  The charges were filed in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida, and involve Michael Eisenberg’s conduct at fraudulent business opportunity firms called Atomic Vending, Inc., and Energy Vend, Inc., which sold vending machine opportunities from Long Island, New York.  Charges in an indictment are only allegations, and the defendants are presumed innocent unless and until proven guilty.

The defendant is scheduled to appear before a federal magistrate in Miami on July 18, 2011, for an initial appearance and arraignment.  He is scheduled to plead guilty to the one-count information in front of U.S. District Court Judge Joan A. Lenard  on the same date.


Updated October 20, 2014