Father and Son Charged With Fraudulent Foreclosure Scheme
A father and son were charged today in an alleged scheme in which the father allegedly promised to rescue homeowners facing foreclosure, but instead sold their homes to investors and conspired with the son to steal $4.5 million from lenders by filing fraudulent mortgage applications in the investor's names, according to Attorney General Jeffrey ... (more)
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#1 Sep 28, 2012
That is very sad that people are involved in such malpractices. It is making people lose their faith in foreclosure experts.
The solution to this problem I believe is that before getting involved in any such kind of things and a consumer must educate himself about best practices.
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