MIAMI, FL – According to detectives, during December of 2021, Ana Maria Nunez convinced a small group of individuals to invest money into a nonexistent company where she guaranteed one of the individuals attending 20,000 profit and provided a fraudulent contract to the victim and the other individuals. It became clear to the investors that Ms. Nunez had no intentions of paying them their profits nor returning any money when the timeline matured for payments.
It is believed that Ms. Nunez has carried out these types of investment scams throughout the Miami-Dade County area for several years and authorities are seeking additional victims.
Ms. Nunez allegedly lures clients in by misrepresenting herself as an owner or representative of an investment company that does not exist. To make the fraudulent scheme appear legitimate, Ms. Nunez presents victims with fraudulent contracts of their investments, promising the victims they could earn investment returns as high as 75 percent. However, Ms. Nunez has no intentions of investing money and appears to spend the money to her own benefit. Nunez is described as a white Latin female, 65 years old. A.K.A. used are Ana Maria Bonin-Figueroa, Ana Guerra, and Ana Maria Bonnin.
Ms. Nunez has a long history of arrest for fraud and theft related crimes dating back to 1996 and has a history of threating her victims. The Miami-Dade Police Department is asking the public that if anyone has information or is a victim of Ms. Nunez, to please contact the Organized Crimes Bureau, Economic and Specialized Investigations, at (305) 994-1000. If you wish to remain anonymous, then contact Miami-Dade County Crime Stoppers at the following:
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