Industry Scandals

A Dozen Charged for Multi-Year Mortgage Fraud Scheme

2020-09-22T13:20:21-04:00

Eric Hill, 50, Tyrone, Georgia (charged by Information); Robert Kelske, 52, Smyrna, Georgia; Fawziyyah Connor, 41, Tyrone, Georgia; Stephanie Hogan, 57, Norcross, Georgia; Jerod Little, 42, McDonough, Georgia; Renee Little, 33, McDonough, Georgia; Maurice Lawson, 36, Powder Springs, Georgia; Todd Taylor, 54,  Fairburn, Georgia; Paige McDaniel, 49, Stockbridge, Georgia; Donald Fontenot, 52,

A Dozen Charged for Multi-Year Mortgage Fraud Scheme2020-09-22T13:20:21-04:00

Mastermind of the largest mtg fraud of the financial crisis has been released from prison early

2020-09-18T13:18:58-04:00

On June 30, 2011, Lee Farkas was sentenced to serve 360 months in in Federal Prison.  He has been serving that time at Coleman Low Federal Correctional Institution in Sumterville, Florida and was scheduled to be released from prison on October 31, 2036.

Yesterday,

Mastermind of the largest mtg fraud of the financial crisis has been released from prison early2020-09-18T13:18:58-04:00

Former banker and mortgage broker sent to prison for defrauding California bank

2020-08-26T13:39:15-04:00

Two Houston-area family members have been ordered to federal prison following their convictions on multiple counts to include conspiracy, bank fraud, false statements on credit applications, wire fraud and mail fraud, announced U.S. Attorney Ryan K. Patrick.

A federal jury deliberated

Former banker and mortgage broker sent to prison for defrauding California bank2020-08-26T13:39:15-04:00

Former Real Estate Attorney and Wife Indicted on Mortgage Fraud and Tax Charges

2020-07-30T14:10:45-04:00

A former Massachusetts attorney and his wife were indicted today in federal court in Boston in connection with various mortgage fraud schemes.

Barry Wayne Plunkett Jr., 60, and Nancy Plunkett, 55, both of Hyannis Port, were indicted on five counts of

Former Real Estate Attorney and Wife Indicted on Mortgage Fraud and Tax Charges2020-07-30T14:10:45-04:00

Loan Officer And Real Estate Developer Sentenced For Conspiracy To Make False Statements To Banks

2020-06-16T15:47:53-04:00

U.S. District Judge Virginia Hernandez Covington has sentenced Jonathan Marmol (41, Odessa) to 15 months in federal prison and Mordechai Boaziz (67, Miami Beach) to 90 days in federal prison for conspiracy to make false statements to financial institutions.

Marmol and

Loan Officer And Real Estate Developer Sentenced For Conspiracy To Make False Statements To Banks2020-06-16T15:47:53-04:00

Pennsylvania Attorney Indicted for Role in $2.7 Million Ponzi Scheme

2020-03-31T12:26:24-04:00

An Allentown, Pennsylvania, attorney has been charged for his role in a $2.7 million investment fraud scheme that victimized his law clients, according to a superseding indictment that was unsealed Monday.

Assistant Attorney General Brian A. Benczkowski of the Justice Department’s

Pennsylvania Attorney Indicted for Role in $2.7 Million Ponzi Scheme2020-03-31T12:26:24-04:00
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