Madoff - No-one believed me!

Bernie Madoff

Bernie Madoff claims he tried to tell people as early as 2005 — three years before he was arrested — that his empire was nothing more than an elaborate pyramid scheme, according to a new documentary.

The New York Post reports that makers of the audio documentary 'Ponzi Supernova' obtained a 2012 tape recording of Madoff answering questions in a lawsuit filed by plaintiffs suing Banco Santander’s Optimal Investment Services, which had invested with him.

Madoff said investors came to him with suspicions that he wasn’t really making any profitable trades.

But when he told them the truth, they laughed it off — and didn’t go to authorities, the imprisoned cheat said.

“Well they (suspicious investors in 2005) would, they would ask me that, you know, with a smile, ‘You’re not — are you really doing these trades?’ or ‘You know, and so on and so forth?’ ” Madoff testified in a 2012 deposition.

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Madoff: No one believed me when I tried to come clean

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