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Lawyer pleads guilty in fraud case.

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Couch Potato

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At least that is one less in operation.
 

David Beasley

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How dumb can one be? She agrees to take part in an early story on the housing bust (the photo was dated 1/1/08), agrees to have her photo show up in paper, and is operating a fraudulant scheme behind the scenes...Wow. I thought if your were trying to lay low from the 5.0, that you wouldn't want to show up in the local paper...lol

I think our (Cumberland County) market's last federal case involved Kim Taylor - a LO. Stole some IDs of her clients, opened up lines of credit/got loans, and apparently made off with a fair amount of money before she was caught. Luckily, I had only done 1 appraisal for her, and it was a VA sale (meaning I was assigned, not lender selected!)...I am pretty sure she didn't steal anything from that couple - Thank God.

http://www.mortgagefraudblog.com/in...h_carolina_broker_pleads_guilty_to_loan_scam/
 
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