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November 4, 2005

A woman who posed as a loan officer and promised to help people she knew out of financial problems is now facing fraud charges.

Anglia Burnett, 32, allegedly defrauded more than $115,000 with her scam, according to the Cedar Rapids Gazette.

Burnett reportedly posed as a loan officer. She approached a man facing a bank foreclosure and promised to help him get bank loans. The man gave her more than $80,000 over several months, but the money was not used to pay off any loans, police told the paper.

She is also accused of bilking a family out of $35,000 and paying back money she had borrowed with checks on an account that had been closed.

If convicted Burnett faces up to 10 years in prison and a $10,000 fine. More charges are possible.

read story from Cedar Rapids' The Gazette .

November 3, 2005

FBI Addresses 500
The FBI recently addressed a Pueblo, Colo., crowd gathered to discuss mortgage fraud.
read story from The Pueblo Chieftain .

November 2, 2005

NY Men Stole Homes in Foreclosure
Alton Lawson, 43, of Queens, N.Y., along with two other defendants pleaded not guilty to accusations they tricked delinquent mortgage borrowers into giving up title to their homes.
read story from Newsday .

Husband, Wife May Plead Guilty
Joni Lynn Goss and former husband Toby Goss, who had co-owned a mortgage company with her, both waived indictments for their roles in an alleged fraud scheme to obtain millions of dollars in mortgages.
read stroy from the Associated Press .

Fremont, BNC Hit By NY Fraud
Reginald Johnson, a New York mortgage broker from Reliable Capital Corp., was among six people arrested for mortgage fraud in a case where Fremont Investment and BNC Mortgage were duped.
read story at the North Country Gazette .

November 1, 2005

Atlanta Fraud Ring Busted
Mortgage broker Nathan Parker, also known as "Nathan Pasha," 48, and his brother, Daniel Parker III, 54, a loan processor were among several people indicted for the roles in an Atlanta fraud scheme that started in 1999.
read story from the Atlanta Business Chronicle

Fraudsters Plead Guilty
Cathy Yocum, a mortgage broker, and Gene W. Hite, a Cincinnati loan processor, agreed to plead guilty for their roles in a $1.9 million flipping scheme.
read story from the Cincinnati Enquirer .

October 31, 2005

Leaders of $50 million Scheme Sentenced
Ronald Trester of Cincinnati and Steven Minger of Cape Coral, Fla., were sentenced to around 4 years in prison for their roles as leaders of a $50 million flipping scam.
read story from the Cincinnati Enquirer .

$11 Million Mortgage Fraud, Murder Hit Family
As wealthy Andrew Kissel was stealing $11 million from mortgage lenders, his brother's wife murdered his brother.
read story from Bloomberg News .

Patrick Crowley is fraud journalist for MortgageDaily.com and a reporter and columnist for The Cincinnati Enquirer.

Email Patrick at: PatCrowley@FraudBlogger.com
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