Tuesday, June 5, 2012



Holy Cow. It's been SEVEN years since Kelly G. Rogers invested in his first illegal pyramid scheme   
called the "Program" or, as the SEC calls it,  the "Travis Correll" Ponzi Scheme. My how time flies.

But today, four squad cars rolled into his quiet Frisco, TX neighborhood and arrested him. They served    
FIVE Active warrants for his arrest including fraud, theft and money laundering! 
  • TWO Counts of Money Laundering
  • TWO Counts of Theft of Stolen Property
  • ONE Count of Securities Fraud
As you recall, it was spring of 2006 that Kelly G Rogers was sued by the SEC for his involvement in the Level Par Ponzi Scheme. He settled with the SEC by paying a minimal fine and signing some papers saying he'll never do it again. A simple slap on the wrist.

Once the SEC settlement was behind him, it was like the starter gun going off in a 400 meter track event because he was off to the races. In fact, it appears he never stopped doing what the SEC warned him not to do.

Check it out, if you search Kelly G Rogers and Carrie on the Collin County Court record Inquiry, the following activity comes up is:
It appears to me that Kelly G Rogers is a very crafty attorney who uses the law to bully, intimidate and manipulate others into giving him what he wants. And if he thinks he's been wronged? He'll sue you. But this time, it seems Kelly Rogers has messed with the wrong guys.

Introducing the DA's Office of Collin County, the State of Texas Security Commission and Dale Barron--attorney in the enforcement division of the State Securities Board.

The cooperation among these agencies resulted in Kelly G Rogers being arrested on May 4th, 2012. His wonderful mug shot.