Madoff Scandal Hits eBay

The alleged $50 billion fraud case has inspired several Madoff swag auctions.

Bernard Madoff Swag

Bernard Madoff Paraphernalia
Bernard Madoff Paraphernalia
Bernard Madoff Paraphernalia
Bernard Madoff Paraphernalia
Bernard Madoff Paraphernalia
Bernard Madoff Paraphernalia
Bernard Madoff Paraphernalia
Bernard Madoff Paraphernalia
Bernard Madoff Paraphernalia
Bernard Madoff Paraphernalia
Bernard Madoff Paraphernalia
Bernard Madoff Paraphernalia
Bernard Madoff Paraphernalia
Another wide-reaching financial crisis has launched an eBay bonanza: Those with ties to or paraphernalia related to disgraced investor Bernard Madoff and his company, Madoff Investment Securities, are selling their wares on the auction site. The sales come several months after the bankruptcy of the investment bank Lehman Brothers prompted former employees to sell that company's swag on eBay. Investors hosed by Madoff's alleged $50 billion Ponzi scheme might be grateful for this beach towel. The lighthouse tower pictured on the towel, according to the seller's description, represents the Montauk Point lighthouse in Montauk, N.Y. (eBay)
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