Tuesday, January 31, 2012

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...

Real Estate Agent Sentenced for Equity Skimming
Broker Goes to Jail for Scheme Involving Straw Buyers
Real Estate Agent Bilks Lenders out of $3.3M
Foreclosure Rescuer Sent to Prison for Mortgage Fraud
4 Mortgage Fraudsters Sentenced
Real Estate Investment Scammer Pleads Guilty
Real Estate Investor Pleads Guilty To Bid Rigging
Fraudster Gets 5 Years for Selling 3 Homes He Didn't Own
Indictment Handed Down For Foreclosure Rescue Scam
Closing Attorney Admits Role in Mortgage Conspiracy
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Real Estate Agent Sentenced for Equity Skimming

Robinson Dinh Nguyen, 31, Fresno, California, was sentenced to 27 months in prison, to be followed by three years of supervised release, and ordered him to pay $433,000 in restitution for conspiring...

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Broker Goes to Jail for Scheme Involving Straw Buyers

Marlon Baugh, 32, Pembroke Pines, Florida, was sentenced on Friday, January 27, 2012, by U.S. District Judge James Cohn to one year and one day in prison for mail fraud in connection with his...

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Real Estate Agent Bilks Lenders out of $3.3M

Steven Carver, Carver and Associates Real Estate, Minnetonka, Minnesota, orchestrated an elaborate mortgage kickback scheme that cost lenders $3.3 million and put more than 18 homes into foreclosure...

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Foreclosure Rescuer Sent to Prison for Mortgage Fraud

Kathleen Harps, 51, Chesapeake, Virginia, was sentenced in Norfolk, Virginia, federal court to 54 months in prison for operating a foreclosure rescue mortgage fraud scheme. Chief United States...

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4 Mortgage Fraudsters Sentenced

Aaron Hand, Kenneth Law, Eric Shields and Jerry Strklja were sentenced for perpetrating a massive mortgage fraud scheme conducted through a corrupt loan origination company called AFG Financial...

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Real Estate Investment Scammer Pleads Guilty

Christopher Plummer, 50, Lyme, Connecticut, pleaded guilty before Senior U.S. District Judge Warren W. Eginton in Bridgeport, Connecticut, to one count of conspiracy to commit wire fraud stemming...

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Real Estate Investor Pleads Guilty To Bid Rigging

Kenneth A. Swanger, 41, Woodland, California, a real estate investor, pleaded guilty in U.S. District Court in Sacramento, California, to conspiring to rig bids and commit mail fraud at public real...

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Fraudster Gets 5 Years for Selling 3 Homes He Didn't Own

Darryl Cobb, 54, Birmingham, Alabama, has been sentenced to five years in prison for a mortgage fraud scheme in which he sold three houses that he did not own.

 




Indictment Handed Down For Foreclosure Rescue Scam

Richard Scott Spady, 38, and Michele Denise Sengstock, 48, both of Bloomington, Minnesota, have been indicted in U.S. District Court for allegedly defrauding financial institutions and homeowners...

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Closing Attorney Admits Role in Mortgage Conspiracy

Kimberly S. Daise, Miami, Florida, an attorney, pled guilty on January 11, 2012, in connection with a mortgage fraud scheme relating to a property in the Versailles development in Wellington,...

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