Convicted of leading a million mortgage fraud scheme. broker, lender and real estate agent has been sentenced to 15 years in prison. A federal judge handed down the sentence Wednesday, which.
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A federal jury convicted a former Miami newspaper publisher and mortgage broker on Tuesday for leading a $20 million mortgage fraud scheme, according to the U.S. Department of Justice. Sunny Isles.
Mary Christenson, the Fort Lauderdale landlord convicted of helping her son execute a multimillion dollar mortgage fraud scheme that resulted in dozens. She and her mortgage broker Eric Johnson.
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Mortgage broker, lender and real estate agent Marco Laureti has been convicted in a $20 million mortgage fraud scheme in South Florida. Laureti was found guilty of one count of conspiracy to commit.
Westbury mortgage fraud kingpin sentenced. da: Sweet's group stole more than $20M from banks individuals and Nassau County government. Police Want Public's Help in Identity Theft Scheme.. A loan closing agent from Cheswick was sentenced Monday to four years in prison for bank fraud, money.
A mortgage broker from Middleton. O’Donnell, 53, was convicted of one count of bank fraud after a three-day bench trial. According to Ortiz, O’Donnell, through his company AMEX Home Mortgage,