Oh boy, there's a laundry list here.  Here a just a few examples. 

Let's start with Former Turks and Caicos premier sued by victims of OLINT scheme is being sued in Florida by a physician who claims he was defrauded in a TCI-based get-rich-quick scheme.

And for those who contemplated tax havens:

Tax Evasion Using Offshore Accounts Establishes Fraud, As IRS Prevails Against Statute of Limitations Argument

The U.S. v. UBS is winding its way through the courts as this is being written. 

UBS has already paid a $780 million dollar penalty, but the U.S. government wants the names of approximately 52,000 wealthy American clients suspected of hiding $15 billion.

According to Justice Department tax attorney Stuart Gibson, the lead U.S. lawyer, "Until its activities were discovered, UBS _ on U.S. soil _ regularly violated U.S. law, and actively helped its customers violate U.S. law."

Abusive tax shelters and hidden offshore accounts cost the U.S. government an estimated $100 billion a year in lost tax revenue, according to Sen. Carl Levin, D-Mich., chairman of the Senate Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations.

Scammed and broke:

SCAMMED!  Modern-day pirates of the Caribbean swindled millions of dollars from Portland

Some good tips on how to protect your money:

The hazards of hiding money overseas