Popular online real estate forums are filling up with new real estate investors looking for ways to scam the system and get around bank rules, while others offer fraudulent advice and openly brag about getting away with fraud (at least until now). Don’t be a victim. Ignorance of the law is not an excuse.
You may be a victim of Predatory Lending Practices.Find out more about how your Broker or Lender may have violated the Truth in Lending Act and other consumer protection laws
Don’t be a Victim of loan fraud. protect Yourself from Predatory Lenders (advice from the U.S. Department of Housing). Buying or refinancing your home may be one of the most important and complex financial decisions you’ll ever make.
Wire fraud is nothing new in the mortgage industry but hackers are getting more and more intelligent with improved ways to identify personal information. At Churchill Mortgage, we take the privacy and security of personal data very seriously. We want to share ways in which you can also be diligent to personally protect your data as well.
Financial Fraud Crime Victims | USAO-WDWA – Justice – As the victim of a federal fraud crime, you may suffer financial and emotional harm and even medical problems relating to your victimization. And you are not alone. Millions of people in the United States are victims of fraud crimes each year. THE EMOTIONAL IMPACT OF fraud victimization. fraud crime is a personal violation.
The victims lost more than $1 million and their homes to foreclosure.. Hundreds of state and county groups are fighting mortgage fraud with a vengeance. “I don't think I would have picked this sport for him, but I always encourage him and .
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Washington, DC: A $45 million settlement has been reached by PHH Mortgage Corp and 49 state attorneys general who sued the company alleging the mortgage servicer committed financial fraud by.