Mortgage modification fraudsters sent to prison for massive HAMP scheme Two more tierone bank executives headed to federal prison Fraudster gets 15 years for bilking 1,000+ distressed homeowners.
More than 1,000 rich welfare cheats have been forced to repay over $40 million to taxpayers under a recent crackdown, the Federal Government says. The Government said the fraudsters were unable to.
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Four were sentenced to prison in July. Two others will be sentenced in October, and three were sentenced yesterday for their roles in an elaborate fraud in which PQI served as an "umbrella organization for numerous vendors of tax and credit card debt elimination scams," federal prosecutors said. Eugene Casternovia received 7 years in prison.
Home Builder Confidence Hits Five-Month High Mortgage Masters Group home builder confidence rose to the highest point in nearly five years in June as builder sentiment grew with an increase in walk-in traffic. The National Association of Home Builders Index reached 32, hitting its highest level since the housing downturn started in May of 2007. The components.
Mortgage fraud has continued to increase since the release of the first mortgage fraud White Paper in 2005. Declining economic conditions, liberal underwriting standards, and declining housing values contributed to the increased level of fraud. Market participants are perpetrating mortgage fraud by modifying old schemes,
FOUR SENTENCED TO FEDERAL PRISON FOR 21st century mortgage refinance fraud SCHEME . Defendants Took More Than $7 Million From Over 4,000 Homeowners . WASHINGTON, DC – Christy Goldsmith Romero, Special Inspector General for the Troubled Asset Relief
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· Unlucky phisher pleads guilty Kevin Poulsen, SecurityFocus 2003-10-29. An Ohio woman whose credit card fraud schemes began to unravel when she unwittingly spammed an off-duty FBI computer crime agent pleaded guilty to a federal conspiracy charge Tuesday, and potentially faces years in prison.