Mortgage fraudsters plead guilty to $10M scheme in South Florida – MiamiBeachCondoLife

1 1 TESTIMONY TO THE financial crisis inquiry commission 2 U.S. ATTORNEY WIFREDO A. FERRER, SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF FLORIDA 3 MIAMI, FLORIDA 4 SEPTEMBER 21, 2010 5 6 Distinguished Members of the Commission, thank you for the opportunity to speak with 7 you about the Department of Justice’s mortgage fraud enforcement efforts in South Florida. I am 8 pleased to be.

Two mortgage fraudsters pleaded guilty to their involvement in a $10 million scheme using luxury south florida condos. Michelle Cabrera of Miami Lakes and Pedro Melian of Hialeah each pleaded guilty.


Ex-newspaper publisher and others charged in $10M mortgage fraud scheme. Mortgage fraud cases occasionally make news in South Florida. In 2015, a Miamian was sentenced to 12 years in prison for orchestrating a $64 million mortgage fraud scheme.

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Miami Resident Pleads Guilty In Mortgage Fraud Scheme Tampa, Florida – United States Attorney A. Lee Bentley, III announces that Enrique Hernandez (34, Miami) today pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit bank and mail fraud.

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Internet scheme used to steal micro-deposits . Michael Largent, 22, was arraigned on an indictment charging him with multiple counts of computer fraud, wire fraud, and mail fraud. This case is the product of an extensive joint investigation by the United States.

Two mortgage fraudsters pleaded guilty to their involvement in a $10 million scheme using luxury south florida condos.. Former Spanish newspaper publisher, others charged in $10M mortgage fraud.

Reverse mortgage scams are engineered by unscrupulous professionals in a multitude of real estate, financial services, and related companies to steal the equity from the property of unsuspecting senior citizens or to use these seniors to unwittingly aid the fraudsters in stealing equity from a flipped property.

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