Huntington Station Man Gets Probation in Mail Scheme

A Huntington Station man who led a fraudulent $30 million mass-mailing scheme was sentenced Monday to probation.

The scheme targeted mostly elderly victims with claims of jackpot prizes, charging them fees to claim what turned out to be nonexistent winnings.

Tully Lovisa, 60, was sentenced to two years of probation in federal court in Central Islip.

He was one of three people arrested in July 2018  and accused of  committing federal mail fraud and money laundering to trick thousands of people around the country in the scheme. He pleaded guilty in October 2018 to conspiracy to commit wire fraud and wire fraud.

Arrested at the same time were Lorraine Chavaloutis,of Greenlawn, and Shaun Sullivan of Merrick. She was sentenced in January to a term of six months. Sullivan pleaded guilty in May 2019.

 

Names associated with the scheme

Addleshaw Bird & MitchellAnalytical Distribution Authority
Anderson Burges & SmithAutomated Marketing Management
Butler Rose & JamesonCantor Benjamin & Associates
Capital Management GroupCapital Reporting Partners
Capital Research ConsultantsCertified Distribution Specialists
Consumer Affiliate NetworkDirect Notification Advisors
Direct Research ConsultantsDonaldson Baker and Associates
Entitlement Distribution CenterExclusive Selection Committee
Federated Allocation BureauGlobal Worldwide Enterprises
Immediate Disbursement DivisionKingsley, Harper & Hatfield
Media Opportunities DirectMonetary Allocation Group
Monetary Disbursement AssociatesMorgan Phelps & Stern Associates
National Asset AllocationNational Data Advisors
National Monetary HoldingsNorthrup Winslow & Partners
Pierce Greene & AssociatesPortfolio Management Fund
Rappaport, Hiltner & CrenshawRegistered Asset Advisors
Registered Disbursement DivisionRegistered Entitlement Services
Registered Fulfillment AdvisoryResearch Advisory Associates
Research Fulfillment BureauSecurities Disbursement Division
Settlement Notification AdvisoryUnified Reporting Services
Universal Acquisition PartnersUniversal Disbursement Associates
Universal Research Unlimited

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