The founder and a former executive of a bankrupt Internet software company have been convicted of fraud for duping more than 46,000 customers out of $15 million.

A federal jury in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., on Tuesday convicted Bernard Roemmele, 46, and Steve Hein, 53, of racketeering conspiracy, money-laundering conspiracy, and mail and wire fraud, prosecutors said.

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