The ABA Journal has announced the inclusion of Ponzitracker in its annual compilation of the top 100 legal blogs on the internet. The 8th Annual ABA Journal Blawg 100, compiled by staff and reader submissisions, was selected from more than 4,000 "blawgs" maintained in the site's "blawg directory." This is the second year that Ponzitracker has been included in the Blawg 100. In addition to being featured in ABA Journal's current magazine issue, readers are also invited to submit their votes for the top "blawg" here until December 15, 2014.
Ponzitracker is honored to be included in the Blawg 100. The blog was originally started with the simple goal of serving as an eduational and informational resource for those interested in Ponzi schemes, both nationally and internationally. While focusing solely on news articles at its inception in 2011, the blog has since expanded to include maps of current and previous Ponzi schemes, rankings of top schemes, and a comprehensive (and free!) database of legal pleadings plucked from dozens of Ponzi receiverships and bankruptcy proceedings.
Additionally, in 2014, Ponzitracker announced several new features, including top investor recoveries in Ponzi schemes and the Ponzi Database - an extensive and exhaustive compilation of all Ponzi schemes reported during the last six years. The resource, which is free, not only includes relevant information about each scheme but has also enabled the analysis of various underlying trends which provide a previously-unavailable insight into the proliferation and scale of these financial frauds.
In short, thank you to those who have made Ponzitracker a regular on your blog list. Please consider casting your vote for the top "blawg" here. Remember voting ends December 15, 2014.