What could sound more inviting? Invest in an unfinished Palm Beach condo-hotel steps from the Atlantic Ocean and a five-minute ride to President Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago club in exchange for U.S. visas.

Federal prosecutors say foreign investors flocked to the offering. But a Palm Beach developer and an attorney face charges that investment funds went instead to purchase two Connecticut properties and a 151-foot yacht, as well as credit card payments.

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