Dinh Nguyen and the Ridiculous Core Pac Solutions Saga

I’ve written about the problems at the foreclosure rescue company Core Pac Solutions. About how it is alleged that the manager Cornell Wallace absconded with money from the company and was fired.

Core Pac isn’t a big foreclosure or mortgage loan modification company. In fact they were fairly tiny but it is a good example of a company that seems to have had only economic opportunity at its heart.

I’ve been told that Core Pac Solutions was owned by a disgraced and fired ex-cop from Santa Ana, California, Dinh Nguyen. And my calls to Core Pac went unreturned to confirm but the story is that the next reincarnation of Core Pac Solutions is going to be a medical marijuana dispensary in the same building.

The story of Core Pac Solutions would been a footnote or less but in checking around about Core Pac Solutions from leads I got from readers by email (click here) here is what I discovered.

When Dinh Nguyen was a police officer for the City of Santa Ana he was a mess.

Apparently he filed false Workers’ Compensation Claims with the City of Santa Ana. The claims were reviewed by Judge Nelson who said that there were a “plethora” of examples of Nguyen’s willingness to fabricate when there was financial gain to be obtained.

The apparent motive, it is said, for Nguyen to file claims of disability was the start-up of a very lucrative real estate and loan business after he signed a commission agreement with Pomecs Financial.

“You alleged you were unable to work modified duty at the front desk, but it appears you were doing similar office work as a loan officer for Pomecs, and based on the amount of income, it appeared you were engaged in full time work with Pomecs.” Source

During the time Nguyen was claiming compensation for Workers’ Comp he passed his annual Naval Reserve physical fitness test which included sit-ups, push-ups and a one and a half mile run.

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The story goes on and on and involves the FBI, a criminal investigation, providing a false medical history to the Navy, forgery, providing false information on a residential loan application, and on and on.

The point of all this being that it serves as yet another example of someone who appears to have been nothing more that an opportunist only chasing the money rather serving either the residents of Santa Ana or the consumers that turned to Nguyen’s company, Core Pac Solutions, for professional help.

Core Pac will be but a blip, but the consumers that were harmed by unhappy Core Pac Solutions clients won’t soon forget about it for a long, long time.


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5 thoughts on “Dinh Nguyen and the Ridiculous Core Pac Solutions Saga”

  1. Core Pac Solutions also scammed us out $2000.00 and did not provide a service. I am interested in putting together a CLASS ACTION Lawsuit against this low life scumbag. I am fom Ohio ,if anyone is interested, please contact California attorney general. Or Myself @ kevinwolfe@fuse.net

  2. I’d like to know exactly how to reach this man if he is mistakenly accused then please help me to find him and check with him on where my money is and why it wasn’t returned when I asked for it back. If you are so sure he is not guilty then you really shouldn’t have a problem helping me. Because good men contact there customers with an explaination and they certainly don’t ignore them. So you tell everyone what it is you plan to do? Help or cover up.

  3. I am another ex employee of core pac solutions. This article and comment are absolutely false!!!! Cor pac was a great company and Dan is not anything like this. It was unfortunate that the business hit hard times and had to let go of some staff. Dan left the country for a week long vacation and came back to host a company softball game the following friday. This sounds like the work of a disgruntled employee with some personal issues.

    [“Core Pac isn’t a big foreclosure or mortgage loan modification company. In fact they were fairly tiny but it is a good example of a company that seems to have had only economic opportunity at its heart.’]

    Steve, are you freaking kidding me??!! Every damn company in this country has economic opportunity at its heart! Welcome to America!!!

    • The source(pdf file)that Steve has kindly provided for us, in the article above, speaks for itself. You should be ashamed for standing behind a person who so ruthlessly took peoples money and then ran!

  4. As of December 21st the compnay closed it’s doors. They left over 150 paid in full customers out to hang! Dinh (Dan) has left the country and only comes back to check on his new businesses. All are scams!

    1, medical majguan
    2. offering job finding assisatnce for an upfront fee of course
    3. immigration services

    The customers are literaaly scammed out of upfront money, given false leads for jobs and immigration infomration. I feel so bad for these people! They pay sometimes their last few dollars to find jobs and this is what they get.

    Because Dan is an ex cop, colecting permanet disabitly from the city of Santa Ana, he knows exactly how far he can go to take peopl’es money and get away with it!

    The compnay owes over 40,000.00 in refunds to customers they could not assist and trust me noone will get their money back.
    He doesnt’ care because he did business a asmall scale in all states so knows he is under the federal radar.
    He also knows these customers cant afford to hire attorneys to try and get their money back so he walks away scott free!!!

    If there is anyway for Dan to get what he deserves it would be great!


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