Marshal Seeman

Boca Raton’s Marshal Seeman Owes American Express $225,000

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Seeman Is President Of Financial Company Under Investigation For Fraud. Co-Founder Eric Holtz Committed Suicide.

Amex Sent Bill To Seeman’s $4.75M Boca Raton Home.

Marshal Seeman, president of Boca Raton’s Seeman Holtz, allegedly owes American Express more than $225,000. Seeman Holtz is under investigation for fraud. Co-founder Eric Holtz killed himself in June.


BOCA RATON, FL ( (Copyright © 2021 MetroDesk Media, LLC) — Marshal Seeman, president of Boca Raton financial services firm Seeman Holtz, owes American Express more than $225,000. American Express joins the long list of people and entities suing Marshal Seeman and his company.

As we’ve reported for several months, Seeman Holtz is accused of defrauding senior citizens out of their life savings. The company is now largely controlled by “corporate monitor” Daniel Stermer who was assigned by a judge in September to control the company’s assets.

Seeman Holtz co-founder Eric Holtz killed himself over the summer.

Eric Holtz
Eric Holtz, co-founder of Boca Raton’s Seeman Holtz, committed suicide over the summer. The company is accused of defrauding senior citizens out of their life savings.

In its lawsuit, American Express claims that marshal Seeman owes $225,187.03. Of that, $10,229 is listed as fees. His standard interest rate is 27.24-percent. His “pay over time” interest rate is 9.15-percent.

American Express wants Marsh Seeman to pay $225,000 on his Centurion Card.

The Ameican Express bill lists 1300 Thatch Palm Drive in Boca Raton as the address on record for Marshal Seeman. The Palm Beach County Property Appraiser reports that Marshal Seeman and his wife Karen purchased that 8,514 square foot home for $4,750,000 in November of 2014.

We are publishing the lawsuit, and Marshal Seeman’s current American Express bill, below.

Seeman Holtz faces several suits — and investigations — regarding alleged fraud perpetrated by the company that left senior citizens without their life savings after investing in financial instruments that were believed to be secure.



Paul Saperstein


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