Pedro Ramos and his wife Eugenia Ramos say they lost $25,000 in what police say was a Ponzi scheme involving tickets to Cuba. They are pictured in their Miami Lakes home.
Pedro Ramos and his wife Eugenia Ramos say they lost $25,000 in what police say was a Ponzi scheme involving tickets to Cuba. They are pictured in their Miami Lakes home. Hector Gabino hgabino@elnuevoherald.com
Pedro Ramos and his wife Eugenia Ramos say they lost $25,000 in what police say was a Ponzi scheme involving tickets to Cuba. They are pictured in their Miami Lakes home. Hector Gabino hgabino@elnuevoherald.com

Hialeah woman accused of ripping off Cuban immigrants in Ponzi scheme

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