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In 2015, California’s Attorney General sent FIP a cease-and-desist order, instructing the firm to stop operating in the state because its services amounted to predatory lending, and the firm was not licensed through state banking regulators. (Photo: Shutterstock)

Five lawsuits against individuals serving as middlemen marketers have been filed across the country on behalf of investors in structured cash flow arrangements originated by Future Income Payments LLC (FIP) a Las Vegas-based firm founded by a convicted felon.

Nick Thornton

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