2 LITH residents indicted in car title fraud scheme
Two Lake in the Hills residents were indicted last week on federal charges alleging they and others tied to a suburban car dealership were involved in an elaborate scheme to transfer title to more than 100 vehicles on false representations, causing a loss of almost $2.8 million to lenders and customers, the Federal Bureau of Investigations reports.
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#1 Dec 23, 2009
It's about time. This man has been able to repeat this scam numerous times since 2002 without punishment. He has stolen money from innocent customers and lenders and will continue until he is put behind bars. Anything less than jail is unacceptable.
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