Dr. Dick Huber
To the editor:
“Local resident bilked $1.7 million from local investors” (Dec. 20) could be a learning situation for all. Nothing wrong and nothing lost in learning from mistakes made by others.
Be cautious when someone feels they have a divine gift to help you manage your money. Quote: “... that God had granted him a gift to help others prosper through this investment.” Then later apologized for being gullible, naive and uneducated about the investment.
If God had a message for the swindler, might God also have a message for the susceptible investor? Should we be seeking God’s guidance in such matters?