Lenny Dykstra & Jim Cramer: “Dykstra took money—$250,000 worth of secretly issued stock—in exchange for recommending that stock to TheStreet.com subscribers. He also promised access to [Jim] Cramer in exchange for the stock, which he apparently hid under his brother-in-law’s name.” Jon Stewart exposed Jim Cramer as a fraud last year, but hopefully this one will have even more of an impact. [Daily Beast]
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