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Karl

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http://seattlepi.nwsource.com/local/367683_fraud20.html


Here is another one Might make that 5,000 before end June. In the event that a article gets put on here & there is mention of Appraisal Forum member/members. My only reply will be; Should have gone to them before they come to you. No I am not referring to Jenn

A video on how to tighten Butt Cheeks should be sold in Colorado, AZ & Florida.
 

Karl

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Please NOTE these are NOT the FBI but the other Group I happened to mention the other day. It sure feels good to be right. Some may want to purchase that video. IF I were to have a choice I prefer getting busted by FBI instead of IRS.


Arizona -

A thirty-eight count federal grand jury indictment was unsealed against 12 people:
Lutrell Maurice Sharpe, 39,
Micah Lynn Bowens, 38;
Jennifer Sue Sellers (licensed Nevada real estate agent), 29;
Marcus Vyncyn Dozzell, 33;
Charles William Dozzell, 63;
Angila Lishen Romious, 31;
Alonzo Love, 33;
Gina Maria Greco, 37;
Breanna Carmela Davis, 25;
Autumn-Leigh Mercedes Bruce, 24;
Misti Theresa Lenoir-Stewart, 28; and
Kristy Lynn Murdock, 28.
The defendants are charged with conspiracy, loan fraud, mail fraud and wire fraud. Additional indicted charges include: money laundering; false statements to a U.S. Probation Officer and using a social security number obtained with false information; and using someone else’s social security number and aggravated identity theft. The defendants reside in the Phoenix metropolitan area.

The indictment alleges that in connection with the fraud and conspiracy, which spanned five years, the defendants, using fraudulently obtained financing, acquired, refinanced, and/or "sold" 16 residential properties in Goodyear, AZ, Buckeye, AZ, Las Vegas, NV, Henderson, NV, and Lemon Grove, CA. According to the indictment, the defendants acquired and refinanced 11 luxury vehicles with fraudulently obtained loans, including Cadillac Escalades, BMWs, Mercedes, and Hummers. Of the 12 indicted defendants, nine were arrested, two of whom remain detained (Sharpe and Bowens). The three remaining defendants (Greco, Murdock, and Stewart) have been summoned to appear in federal court to face charges.

Andrea Whelan, the Special Agent in Charge of the Internal Revenue Service’s Criminal Investigation Division in Phoenix, stated, "Mortgage fraud is clearly rampant in Arizona and elsewhere. The Internal Revenue Service’s Criminal Investigation Division will continue to collaborate with its law enforcement partners to vigorously pursue these serious financial crimes, as the damage they cause extends beyond the financial institutions defrauded to the community at large.

Spread the news the IRS is in the house and kickin butt
 
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