Two South Texas businesses and their executives operated a pair of Ponzi schemes to raise $3.6 million from dozens of elderly investors as old as 101 and used a good portion of the money for personal reasons, including country club memberships, spa treatments, maid service and tithing to a church, according to federal charges brought by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission . . .
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