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Woman Arrested for Stealing From Nuns in Real Estate Deal
Linda Rose Gagnon, 57, Tustin, California, surrendered to FBI agents after being indicted on wire fraud charges alleging she defrauded a group of nuns out of more than a quarter million dollars. ...
Alert to Avoid Loan Modification Scammers
A large percentage of homeowners now owe more on their mortgages than their homes are worth. Many are unable to make their mortgage payments because of reduced incomes or payment increases on...
2 Arrested in Mortgage Payment Theft Scam
Joseph Yorkus and James Bartczak, both Nevada residents, were arrested for operating businesses designed to steal mortgage payments from local homeowners. Yorkus, who was out on bail from his...
Investor Admits Bid Rigging at Foreclosure Auctions
Yama Marifat, 38, Pleasanton, California, a real estate investor, pleaded guilty in U.S. District Court in Sacramento to conspiring to rig bids and commit mail fraud at public real estate foreclosure...
Man Sentenced to 20 Years for Mortgage Fraud
Bobbie L. Brown, Jr., 47, Country Club Hills, Illinois, was sentenced to 20 years in federal prison in one of the largest federal mortgage fraud prosecutions ever in Chicago, Illinois.
Texas Man Indicted for Bank Fraud
Lesley Carroll Beene, 59, Pittsburg, Texas, has been indicted in a bank fraud scheme in the Eastern District of Texas.
Beene was indicted and charged with bank fraud and false bank entries. If...
Illinois Experiences Mortgage Fraud Risk Increase
While the national Mortgage Fraud Risk Index, still elevated at 140 (n=100), remains essentially flat from both the previous quarter and from a year ago, increases in fraud in the Chicago area may...
DC Man Indicted in Scheme to Defraud Lenders
Akinola George, 40, Washington, D.C., has been indicted by a federal grand jury on charges of bank fraud, mail fraud, and conspiracy to commit bank/mail fraud in a scheme that led to $2.4 million in...
Attorney Admits Participation in Mortgage Scam
Richard Novak, 47, Middletown, Connecticut, pleaded guilty before Chief United States District Judge Alvin W. Thompson in Hartford to one count of making a false statement on a federal mortgage loan...
3 Charged with Making False Statements on Loan Applications
Patrick Brinson, 34, Miami, Florida, David Lam, 42, Parkland, Florida, and Godfrey Myles, 42, Miami, have each been indicted and charged with mortgage fraud.
The eleven count indictment charges...
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