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Lee Loomis Associate Pleads Guilty in Real Estate Investment Fraud

In a step towards the prosecution of a large-scale, multi-state real estate fraud and Ponzi scheme, Johnny Eugene “Jay” Grivette, Jr.,  has pleaded guilty to two charges of mail fraud and money laundering. Grivette, 37, has agreed to cooperate by testifying in the case prosecutors are building against his associate Lawrence Leland “Lee” Loomis, 55.

Loomis, formerly of Granite Bay, was on the circuit of real estate investors who promoted his product, Loomis Wealth Solutions, at hotel seminars seminars in California, Washington and Illinois. Although not charged with a crime to date, Loomis convinced more than 100 private investors to trust their money with him by promising 12% annual returns. The safety of their money was guaranteed through his NARAS Fund, of which Grivette was the signer as manager of Advantage Financial Partners, another Loomis-controlled company.

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