Infinity2Global Ponzi promoter Dennis Dvorin has been sentenced to 12 months in prison.

Dvorin’s sentence was handed down on November 22nd, following a November 17th guilty plea to one count of securities fraud.

On the money side of things Dvorin (right) was sentenced to $3.9 million in restitution, which he is jointly liable for with his promoter co-defendants.

Dvorin’s Infinity2Global co-defendants have been convicted and sentenced to 2.5 to 10 years.

Barnes and Hosseinipour have an appeal against their conviction pending.

The remaining co-defendant, Jason Syn, has a Change of Plea hearing scheduled for December 19th.

Maike launched Infinity2Global back in 2013. The Ponzi scheme would go on to defraud consumers out of $30 million plus.


Update 14th December 2023 – Dennis Dvorin has filed an appeal against his November 22nd judgment.

Not really sure how that works given he signed a plea agreement but I’ll publish any updates below.


Update 12th June 2024 – Dennis Dvorin has voluntarily dismissed his Infinity2Global judgment appeal.

The Sixth Circuit granted Dvorin’s dismissal motion on June 11th. No reason for the dismissal is provided.