Shawn Rolison, a private judgment enforcer, had already become quite suspicious of the whole deal, even before Abdul Hafeez Muhammad called to sweeten the offer.

Muhammad asked Rolison to help collect a $141.8 billion garnishment against the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta and seven Atlanta banks. Muhammad’s son had earlier offered to pay Rolison with an open letter of credit and bank drafts of up to $10 million.

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