Two Minnesota men indicted in vast mo...

Two Minnesota men indicted in vast mortgage fraud

There are 32 comments on the TwinCities.com story from Jan 26, 2010, titled Two Minnesota men indicted in vast mortgage fraud. In it, TwinCities.com reports that:

Authorities arrested a Minnesota man in Florida on charges that he helped orchestrate a mortgage fraud scheme.

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jacki

Minneapolis, MN

#22 Mar 5, 2010
jimmy, you're a lonely, lonely man. I'm sure of that. enought said to you.
jacki

Minneapolis, MN

#23 Mar 5, 2010
jen, thanks for offering your help. I'll get in contact with you.
Sam

Delano, MN

#24 Mar 5, 2010
In 1976 I bought a house for $13,800. Other houses were for sale for $10,000 and less.

All you Band Wagon jumpers drove the prices on houses to EXTREAM highs. The only thing left to occur is for thoses same prices to DROP!!!!

Hold on to your hats because the DROP is coming. There are simply to many houses for sale for those looking for same.
jen

Minneapolis, MN

#25 Mar 7, 2010
Thank the almighty government for the crash in the housing market, not human beings trying to find a way of means to survive financially. Who would'nt take an opportunity to invest in something and make more money to live on? I'm not talking multi-millionares, I'm talking every day human beings trying to get ahead. Some are able to do just that, legally, some are'nt, so they lie. Juse like the government. Be happy you have that house you paid so little for back in the day, and it's still yours. Your one of few who has'nt jumped the Band Wagon to try and get ahead.
Indict Chrissy Dodd

Minneapolis, MN

#26 Mar 7, 2010
let's not forget Dodd’s outright lie about the AIG bonus fiasco.
After he denied it, the truth emerged that Dodd specifically inserted language into the ARRA bill which authorized the AIG bonus payments. Obama turned it into an AIG demonization session, in order to cover up the fact that it was democrats ineptitude or, more likely, AIG influence over Dodd that got the language in there in the first place.
Jimmy

Milwaukee, WI

#27 Mar 7, 2010
jacki wrote:
jimmy, you're a lonely, lonely man. I'm sure of that. enought said to you.
Yeah, I'm a lonely man ... whatever Jacki ... we have blocks upon blocks of empty vacant and now vandalized houses here in Milwaukee because someone did "not know what they were signing" ... You sign a document that says you owe the bank $100K and you dont know what you are signing ?? Give me a break ... you got greedy and you got burned, plain and simple ...
jen

Minneapolis, MN

#28 Mar 8, 2010
Again....place blame where it belongs, the United States Government. Not one person. Those empty houses on those multiple blocks are not one persons doing. It's our society listening to our good ol' trusted government who've allowed this trickle affect to turn into a flood. The term 'whatever' admits frustration with the topic and with whom your speaking. It can also be taken as a sign of defeat. Maybe your view on this topic should be put to rest now.
Mike

Saint Cloud, MN

#29 Mar 10, 2010
jen wrote:
Jacki, I hope the things Mike now has in his possession are helpful in some way. Even if it's some level of solitude for you in knowing your not stupid in your judgement of this individual, just trusting, as I was. Please feel free to contact me via your brother if there is anything else I may be able to do to help you. I have more personal knowledge of 'him' then anyone else. Unfortunatly.
There were two more stories this past week of locals that are going off to jail for mortgage scams. The FBI is working their way down to the smaller fish now and eventually most of these con men will be charged and spend time in jail. The key here is people who move often. If they move often, they must have something to hide. Otherwise, why would you put your children thru the heartbreak of moving all the time? The internet is an amazing thing. Nobody can hide anymore. Just turn yourselves in and get it over with. You know what you did to a lot of good people. My eighty year old father asked me last week, "will I get my money back now?" I told him it wasn't likely. He'd have to settle for seeing people go to jail. He was very disappointed.
Disagree

Saint Paul, MN

#30 Mar 10, 2010
jen wrote:
Thank the almighty government for the crash in the housing market, not human beings trying to find a way of means to survive financially. Who would'nt take an opportunity to invest in something and make more money to live on? I'm not talking multi-millionares, I'm talking every day human beings trying to get ahead. Some are able to do just that, legally, some are'nt, so they lie. Juse like the government. Be happy you have that house you paid so little for back in the day, and it's still yours. Your one of few who has'nt jumped the Band Wagon to try and get ahead.
That is why you need a little gov't regulation and third party institutions like banks to do business because human beings are greedy and immoral if they can be. Imagine if there were no banks, no regulations, nothing and all these shysters were out there transacting business on homes and assets. The U.S. would be a corrupt failing country like Zimbabwe although this is slowly happening thanks to the unsustainable economic culture of deregulated competition and 'me first'.
jen

Minneapolis, MN

#32 Mar 11, 2010
Is'nt that what I just pointed out? The government SHOULD be in control of theses financial institutions. If they had any control over our economy and the "banks" per say, our country would'nt be in the position they are in. The "greedy" ones would'nt have the opportunity to scam or lie. Human nature is what it is. In and of itself, good or evil. Law or no law. Regulations? Not in the vocabulary of our country as we know it.
REBEL

AOL

#33 Mar 11, 2010
Weird ---- "the FBI cannot take the time or resources to locate these people" ???? Sure did not seem like it took you folks long to locate at least one of them!! Strikes me as odd they would not (FBI) take some action. Wonder if/when you provide them with the whereabouts they will take the time to proceed...???
jen

Minneapolis, MN

#34 Mar 12, 2010
REBEL wrote:
Weird ---- "the FBI cannot take the time or resources to locate these people" ???? Sure did not seem like it took you folks long to locate at least one of them!! Strikes me as odd they would not (FBI) take some action. Wonder if/when you provide them with the whereabouts they will take the time to proceed...???
Google can find just about anything. You just have to know where to look and how to use the info given. A little brain power and, BAM, there it is. No one gives a shit regardless. Not the government, FBI, etc. To many shit heads, not enough resources. It is what it is

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