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Thank you. Unless one of the members personally guaranteed the obligation and/or you could prove fraud, then you are limited in your recourse to the assets of the LLC. If the LLC has no assets, which is likely given their behavior, it is likely that your chance of collecting is very small. I'm not going to sugarcoat this...most likely, any money that you spend will be wasting good money on bad.
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Gotcha, there is a FBI investigating the company for fraud right now. I wasn't sure what to do in the meantime.