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Seven defendants indicted in $49.6M mortgage fraud scam

Seven Defendants Indicted in Alleged $35 million mortgage fraud scheme involving More Than 120 Residences in the Chicago Area U.S. Attorney’s Office July 22, 2010 Northern District of Illinois.

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All six defendants are charged with conspiracy to commit fraud and related crimes.. Seven charged in alleged Allentown-area mortgage scam. were charged in a mortgage fraud conspiracy case.

 · Levine and Lindley were each charged yesterday with one count of conspiracy, 41 counts of wire fraud, and 19 counts of money laundering. If convicted, they face jail sentences of five to 20 years and fines of up to $1 million.

According to the indictment, the defendants conspired to perpetrate a complex .6 million mortgage fraud scheme against various FDIC-insured lenders from 2003 to 2008. Defendants Domenico Rabuffo and Mae Rabuffo used shell companies to acquire ownership and control of a purported residential property development known as Hampton Springs.

Attorney General Kamala D. Harris today announced the arrest of seven suspects who have been charged in a mortgage fraud scheme that defrauded more.

Seven in California Indicted on Mortgage Fraud. The remaining defendants each received a summons to appear for arraignment: Phul Singh and Sunita Singh both of Modesto, Calif.; Nani Isaac of Ceres, Calif.; and Martin Bahrami of Turlock, Calif. According to court documents, the defendants conspired to defraud mortgage lending companies.

On January 21, 2016, a grand jury in New Haven returned an indictment charging Maleki, Lefauseu and five other California residents with conspiracy and fraud offenses related to this scheme. The defendants were arrested on January 26. On July 11, 2016, Lefauseu pleaded.

 · Seven Defendants, Including Three Loan Originators, Indicted in Alleged $8.5 Million Mortgage Fraud Scheme U.S. Attorney’s Office July 24, 2012 Northern District of Illinois (312) 353-5300

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In the largest loan modification scheme ever prosecuted in the country, seven defendants were indicted this week for defrauding $13.5 million from more than 3,500 victims, according to authorities. A statement was released jointly by the Orange County District Attorney and Newport Beach Police Department on Thursday.

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 · bryan joseph lenton, 33, cooperated with authorities and was sentenced to three years of probation on one count of conspiracy to commit mortgage fraud through interstate wire.