Despite glowing reviews in the press for its biometric payment system, "serial venture raisers (and huge burners)" Pay By Touch is going under, a tipster tells us — and hints that a Chapter 11 bankruptcy filing is possible. Apparently founder and chairman John Rogers has gone missing after a tenure marked by what our tipster called a "spend big, live big, party big, girls, drugs, meals binge of a global scale." Sounds like a fun way to burn through nearly $200 million, raised from the likes of Mobius Venture Capital, the Getty family, and Global Trust Ventures. In a very unusual move, Global Trust cofounder Robert Sigler joined the company as its CFO in July. As far as we've heard, investors never get their hands dirty working at a company in their portfolio — unless they suspect something's going seriously wrong, and they want to pore over the books. Any idea what Sigler has been seeing? Tell us more.