Prosecutors say Katherine Twigg, 48, searched the Internet for entrepreneurs seeking funding for their business projects. Twigg and her co-conspirators, Anthony Tobin, 52, of Atlanta, and Eyal Dulin, 40, said they had access to investment funds and venture capital in return for non-refundable advance expenses and fees.Fraud convictions for fake investment team
...Over three dozen victims lost money adding up to $3.7 million in the scheme.
Dulin, of Snellville, remains a fugitive, possibly in South Africa.
Atlanta Journal Constitution