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Fort Lauderdale Man Who Flaunted Lamborghini, Designer Clothes, Arrested for PPP Scams

Valesky Barosy’s public life — or at least the one he claimed to lead on social media — was one defined by silk-stocking extravagance: a new Lamborghini Huracán EVO, designer clothing from Chanel, Gucci, and Louis Vuitton, and wristwatches made by Rolex and Hublot.

The 27-year-old Fort Lauderdale “entrepreneur” built his wealth thanks to his work as an executive for a Michigan-based credit-score repair and financial literacy business, Financial Education Services Inc. And by all accounts, that career was soaring. In January 2020, the syndicated business news wire service AccessWire even named Barosy one of the “Top 10 Leaders to Watch Closely in 2020,” noting that the young professional’s success as a Haitian immigrant and youngest executive vice president in the organization expected to “to do over 6 million dollars in sales and beyond” and calling him the embodiment of the “American Dream.”


According to a recent federal indictment, authorities were watching Barosy closely and have charged the once-promising businessman — now the president of V Barosy Solutions — with a slew of financial crimes including wire fraud, money laundering, and identity theft. If found guilty, he faces up to 132 years in prison.

In March 2020, as businesses across the U.S. began to shutter as a result of COVID-19…

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