Wall Street Prison Consultants

When I first visited the Wall Street Prison Consultants website, I thought it was an elaborate joke but this is a real business (and I suspect it will be getting a lot more profitable in the coming years).

If you’ve been convicted of a white collar crime, chances are you have money and the fear of god of being raped in prison. This is pretty much where Wall Street Prison Consultants come into play. They do not handle your case but rather, they take over after your lawyers’ jobs are done in that they prepare you for entering “life on the inside” (no pun intended… geez, I crack myself up!).

The company is run by Larry Levine who has served time as an inmate at almost every level of security (High, Medium, Low, Minimum) including spending time at “Club Fed” (Nellis Federal Prison Camp). He was convicted of both white collar crimes and other harder crimes. He gave an interview recently on CNN discussing Bernie Madoff’s impending new digs (see below or click here if reading via email or facebook) – interesting to note that Madoff will apparently not be in a minimum security prison since the dollar sum of the crime was off the chart. Click here to see where he currently is in the Bureau of Prisons system. He will be in a facility with violent offenders serving life sentences (and with nothing to lose). I’d advise him not to drop the soap, but I don’t think that will matter…

Click here to visit Wall Street Prison Consultants.

Preet Banerjee
Preet Banerjee
...is an independent consultant to the financial services industry and a personal finance commentator. You can learn more about Preet at his personal website and you can click here to follow him on Twitter.
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  • Sean

    In a country where companies like Blackwater exist, is this really surprising? ;)

    If there’s a demand for a service, someone is going to take advantage of it!

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