According to Brad Haskins those frozen E-Gold accounts for SI were found to be empty and they were traced to a SI bank account in Beleize and that was also found to be empty and the funds have now been traced to several bank accounts in Eastern Europe and Russia.
That's not very surprising, is it?
From the time (late March/early April) that SolidInvestment started to forcibly transfer members' accounts to the "Special Plan", effectively freezing their money for three months, it was obvious that SolidInvestment had started on its collapse phase;
This means that pay-ins from new members were no longer large enough to keep pace with the promised pay-outs to older members, and the professional fraudsters behind SolidInvestment naturally started their withdrawal operation, by transferring money from SI accounts to other accounts in secure locations, and by preparing the getaway of the people running the scam.
If complaints had been made to law enforcement authorities at that time, there might have been a possibility to recover part of the funds.
However, the Ponzi-slaves were like well-behaved lambs to the slaughter, patiently believing all the lies from Mr. Polyakov & co, like: "SolidInvestment will exist for many years", "you will be paid", "your money is secure", and "be patient, you will be rich on 3rd July".
The Ponzi-slaves thus gave the criminals ample time to escape with all the money and cover their tracks.
Even on 3rd July, when it became obvious to everyone that the "Special Plan" members would not be paid, the Ponzi-slaves continued to believe the messages of "be patient", "let's wait and see", "very soon" and "if you give your bank account details to SI, you will get your money by wire transfer in five days".
The criminals, obviously using false identities, were thus given sufficient time to do the final shutdown and escape.
Like good lambs to the slaughter, many even sent their bank account details to the Ukrainian mafiosi
, exposing themselves to identity theft and draining of their accounts by e.g. forged cheques.
Sorry to say, but as you started too late, you have only microscopic chances of recovering any of the money you gave away to the fraudsters. Most of the money is probably in anonymous accounts in Caribbean tax evasion and money laundering havens by now, and the rest is probably being used to start new scams (or to produce and distribute child *****graphy).
You may at best hope that the investigation may lead to the scammers being prosecuted some time in the future. That might give you some consolation.
And if you have given your bank account information to the scammers, contact your bank immediately
to get help to protect your account against further frauds.