The ABA Journal is soliciting submissions for its seventh annual Blawg 100 - a collection of the 100 best legal blogs on the internet as determined through reader submissions. If you've found Ponzitracker to be helpful over the past two years, whether as a resource or news source, it would be greatly appreciated if you could take a few minutes to submit a "friend-of-the-blawg brief" to ABA Journal nominating Ponzitracker. That form is available here.
When Ponzitracker was formed just over two years ago, the mission was simple: to provide a free and comprehensive resource for those interested in tracking the (increasing) proliferation of Ponzi schemes, both nationally and worldwide. The site is able to provide unique insight into the subject matter due to the editor's role as counsel to the Receiver in one of Florida's largest Ponzi schemes. Since then, Ponzitracker has published over 600 articles, provided Ponzi scheme rankings and resources, and launched the most comprehensive and free database of legal briefing for those involved in Ponzi scheme litigation. Best of all, these features have been offered free of charge since inception, as well as without any distracting advertising. The site is usually updated daily, and serves as an authority on everything related to Ponzi schemes.
With that said, Ponzitracker humbly requests that you consider nominating the site as one of ABA Journal's top 100 legal blogs. To ensure unbiased submissions, ABA Journal prohibits any form of self-promotion and relies on reader submissions. Ponzitracker will be filling out its own friend-of-the-blawg briefs for several of its favorite blogs, and invites you to do the same. Just remember - submissions are due before August 9, 2013.
Thank you for your support!