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Mail preparation service chief admits to swindling nonprofits

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The president of a Frederick-based mail preparation service and printing company pleaded guilty to fraud resulting in the loss of about $630,000 to his clients. Fifty-eight-year-old Chester William Bigelow, head of RMS Direct, faces up to 20 years in prison at his sentencing on June 30. According to court documents, Bigelow, of Woodbine, falsified postage statements saying that the mailings...

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