The scraps of the U.S. Fidelis bankruptcy have gone on the auction block. Some of the smaller stuff owned by the brothers who founded what was once the nation’s largest extended vehicle warranty company were sold this weekend. Items sold this week included cars, jewelry, tools, office supplies and go-karts.
Two more auctions are scheduled for next weekend. They’re being held to raise money to settle the bankruptcy claims against Darain and Cory Atkinson, who are accused of taking more than $100 million dollars out of the company that collapsed in 2009.