Tuesday, December 20, 2011

Mortgage Fraud Blog - Perp Walk - 10 new articles - In This Issue...

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Mortgage Fraud Blog - Perp Walk - 10 new articles

In This Issue...

Another Robo-Signing Lawsuit Filed in Nevada
Woman Convicted of Mortgage Fraud Conspiracy
Assistant Fire Chieft Sentenced for Mortgage Fraud
Broker for Hard Money Lender Convicted of Stealing $6.9M
Paralegal Admits Defrauding Mortgage Lenders
Jury Convicts 3 of Scam Involving 432 Straw Buyer Transactions
5 Indicted for Bid Rigging at Foreclosure Auctions
New Jersey Man Admits $3 Million Mortgage Fraud Scheme
Woman Sentenced for Loan Application Misrepresentations
Illinois Man Admits Internet Auction Real Estate Scam
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Another Robo-Signing Lawsuit Filed in Nevada

Lender Processing Services, Inc., DOCX, LLC, LPS Default Solutions, Inc. and other subsidiaries of LPS (collectively known "LPS") are the subject of a lawsuit for engaging in deceptive practices...

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Woman Convicted of Mortgage Fraud Conspiracy

Joyce Lewis, 58, Elmsford, New York, was convicted of conspiracy to commit bank fraud for her role in defrauding National City Bank by submitting false and fraudulent loan applications.

 




Assistant Fire Chieft Sentenced for Mortgage Fraud

Veldora Arthur was sentenced by U.S. District Judge Patricia Seitz to 57 months in prison, to be followed by 3 years of supervised release for her role in a mortgage farud scam that resulted in...

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Broker for Hard Money Lender Convicted of Stealing $6.9M

Mark Alan Helsing, 53, Tustin, California, a broker for "hard money lenders," was sentenced to 15 years in state prison and three years of formal probation for stealing $6.9 million from investors in...

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Paralegal Admits Defrauding Mortgage Lenders

Louise Lampo-Diglio, 43, East Haven, Connecticut, waived her right to indictment and pleaded guiltybefore Senior United States District Judge Alfred V. Covello to one count of conspiracy to commit...

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Jury Convicts 3 of Scam Involving 432 Straw Buyer Transactions

Eve Mazzarella, 34, San Diego, Steven Grimm, 48, Las Vegas, Nevada, and Melissa Beecroft, 32, Las Vegas, were convicted by a jury following a 37-day jury trial that began in October 2011. The...

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5 Indicted for Bid Rigging at Foreclosure Auctions

Wiley Chandler, Andrew Katakis, Donald Parker, Anthony Joachim and W. Theodore Longley are the subject of an indictment unsealed by a U.S. District Court in Sacramento, California, for their...

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New Jersey Man Admits $3 Million Mortgage Fraud Scheme

Jerry Smith, 45, Scotch Plains, New Jersey, admitted to conspiring to participate in a mortgage fraud scheme that caused lenders to release approximately $3 million based on fraudulent loan...

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Woman Sentenced for Loan Application Misrepresentations

Belinda Cheri McKinney, 43, metro-east, Illinois, was sentenced on December 13, 2011, in the United States District Court in East St. Louis, to 37 months imprisonment for participating in a...

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Illinois Man Admits Internet Auction Real Estate Scam

Keith D. Gunter, 49, Illinois, pleaded guilty in federal court to an Internet auction scam in which he advertised and sold property in northwestern Alabama that he did not own or never provided title...

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