NFLPA issues fraud alert; 60 players at risk

Players union announced that Phoenix-based woman and her real estate company have been charged with 11 felonies, including money laundering Jason Cole

Print This November 19, 2013, 05:35 PM EST

The NFL Players Association issued a “fraud alert” Tuesday regard a Phoenix-based woman who runs a real estate investment company known as Team Investments.

The alert was issued after Tanya Maria Marchiol, the CEO of Team Investments, was arrested on Oct. 21 and was charged with federal criminal charges. Marchiol was charged on 11 felony counts, including failure to file tax returns, conspiracy to commit money laundering and transaction-al money laundering.

The union indicated that Team Investments and Marchiol have more than 60 current or former NFL players as clients, based on information available on the business’ website. Follow me on Twitter @JasonPhilCole

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