Nearly $320,000, Maserati and Silverado seized from Black Harbor firm’s founder and wife
November 19, 2019 by Kirk Brown and Carol Motsinger
Federal authorities have seized nearly $320,000 and two vehicles from Black Harbor Wealth Management founder Chris Dixon and his wife in connection with a criminal case highlighted in Indebted, the yearlong investigation by The Greenville News into the buying and selling of military benefits.
Black Harbor has offices in Greenville and Seneca, South Carolina, and Asheville, North Carolina.
According to a court document filed last week, $240,119.63 was seized from Dixon’s annuity contract with American Equity Life Insurance Company on June 3. On the same day, $61,699.29 belonging to Dixon’s wife, Connie, was seized from a life insurance account and another $18,048.11 was seized from the couple’s joint account at South State Bank.
The same court document states that federal authorities seized a 2014 Maserati Ghibli and a 2016 Chevrolet Silverado from Chris Dixon on June 12.