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Bounty Hunters Wanted to Track Down Billionaire's Assets

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A firm representing creditors of the Yellowstone Club in Big Sky is seeking help to uncover hidden assets of the club's billionaire co-founder, Tim Blixseth.

Trustees of the Yellowstone Club liquidating trust say they believe Blixseth transferred more than $250 million dollars out of the Yellowstone Club into hidden bank accounts and land holdings abroad.

The creditors need to uncover the assets as part of the club's bankruptcy proceedings.

If you happen to track these assets down attorneys are offering 10% of the profits of your find as a reward.





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