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Real Estate Law Center, PC – Consumer Complaint – 10-11-2011

tortinfo.com

Date This Problem Happened: October 11, 2011 State You Live in: Nevada Age Range: 36-50 Total Amount of Fee Paid: Company Name: Real Estate Law Center, PC Company Address: 30 N Raymond Ave #PH Pasadena, CA 91103 Website of Company: tortinfo.com Consumer Statement: I’ve received two 1012-R forms from “The Real Estate Law Center PC” at 30 N Raymond Ave. ... Read More »

    My Home Owners Advocate HOLAM – Consumer Complaint 10-10-2011

    MyHomeownersAdvocate.com

    Date This Problem Happened: October 10, 2011 State You Live in: California Age Range: 36-50 Total Amount of Fee Paid: $3,995 Company Name: My Home Owners Advocate Company Address: 5935 Cornerstone Court Suite 250 San Diego, California 92121 Website of Company: HomeownersAdvocate.com Consumer Statement: I paid My home owners advocate $3995.00 they then turned me over to HOALM, we corresponded ... Read More »

      Free Government Grants, Diet Pills and Credit, Oh My!

      Looking for free government grants endorsed by President Obama and Vice President Biden? Dietary supplements supported by scientific research and endorsed by Oprah? How about exclusive credit offers? …Keep looking. The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has halted an operation called, the “Grant Connect” program, that allegedly deceived and mislead consumers about bogus products and services with unsubstantiated claims. The complaint ... Read More »

        True Cradle Robbers – Stealing Credit From The Cradle

        It’s often not a parent’s first thought to check the credit report of their minor child, however, it may now become a necessity. Not because a child may fraudulently be using credit without their parents’ knowledge but because scammers may have stolen their unused Social Security number and identity. The Better Business Bureau (BBB) put out a warning last week ... Read More »

          Nine More Charged In Fraud Of Holocaust Survivor Programs

          Charges have been announced against nine more participants in a scheme that defrauded programs that were established to aid survivors Holocaust survivors of of Nazi persecution out of over $57 million. Thus far, 30 have been charged in connection with this scheme and the nine newly announced fraudsters include: Henry Gordin, Genrikh Kolontryrskiy, Viktor Levin, Ella Voskresenskiy, Zlata Blavatnik, Pytor ... Read More »

            Food Stamp Fraud Results In 5 Years Of Prison

            Talib Kadhim of Connecticut, has been sentenced to 15 months of prison and three years of supervised release for one count of food stamp fraud for defrauding the Food Stamp Program out of $94,049.59. Apparently, from January of 2008 until March of 2009, Kadhim fraudulently redeemed food stamps for cash and other ineligible items at a market that he in ... Read More »

              Is Your Child A “Bieliber”? Parents Bieberware: Justin Bieber Twitter Scam!

              Justin Bieber, @JustinBieber, has nearly 13.5 million followers on popular micro-blog site, Twitter.com, and he follows just over 116 thousand accounts. If your child has been hit with “Bieber Fever” chances are you’ve heard ALL about Bieber’s updates and happenings in his life. You should “bieberware” (that’s “beware” in the cryptic language of Bieber-nease) though because a new Twitter scam ... Read More »

                Homeowners In Financial Distress Lose Over $1.2 Million To Mortgage “Rescue” Fraud

                To the tune of a MasterCard commercial: $4.7 million in fradulent mortgage loans… $944,224 lost by lenders…. $1.2 million lost in equity to homeowners…. Shameful. Mary Ann Dean and Charles Donaldson pleaded guilty to the charge of conspiracy to commit wire fraud in connection with a mortgage fraud scheme of Sunset Mortgage Company. Dean was a loan originator and operator ... Read More »

                  Another MetLife Employee Strikes Again!

                  Just a few days ago I reported on how former MetLife employee, Mark Edward Salyer of Tennessee, was responsible for the investment fraud scheme to the tune of $6 million between June of 2005 until June of 2007. Three days later, on October 6, 2011, Pensylvannia resident John Wosotowsky pleaded guilty to two counts (mail fraud and filing a false ... Read More »

                    “TeaseMePeter”: The Nigerian E-mail Scam Hits Dating Websites

                    Scammers are some of the dumbest and smartest people in the world. They know where, when and how to find people when they’re down and vulnerable. They also keep up with the times; evolving at every change in our world. That’s how they’re smart. They’re dumb because they’re scammers. And scammers are dumb. Period. Recently, the United States are intervened ... Read More »

                      Steve Jobs iPad Scam

                      The world lost a legend five days ago. One of my role models, Steve Jobs. The world has publicly written, tweeted, Facebooked, blogged, vlogged and internally mourned the passing of the former Apple CEO. It’s not only amazing how one man changed the world with one idea but that his passing had lead to such a deep sadness of millions ... Read More »

                        Father And Son Sentenced For $930 Million Ponzi Scheme

                        Sometimes the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree. When children are growing up many look up to their parents and imitate them on a daily basis. “When I grow up, I’m going to be just like daddy!” But what happens when your parent is a fraudster? Father, Roberto Torres, former chief financial officer, and son, Alejandro Torres, former accountant ... Read More »

                          $4.2 Million For Free Internet Download Software?

                          After a conviction last November following a seven-week trial David Moro was sentenced on October 5, 2011 to 10 and a half years (126 months) in prison for orchestrating and carrying out a $4.2 million broadcasting equipment lease and financing scheme which yielded a loss of more than $3 million to lenders. Moro was convicted of one count of conspiracy ... Read More »

                            $1 Million Investment Fraud Scheme Could Mean 25 Years In Jail

                            On Thursday, October 7, 2011 Rober Schroy, of California, pleaded guilty to wire fraud and tax evasion for his role in a $1 million investment fraud scheme. Schroy pleaded guilty to one count of wire fraud and one count of tax evasion. According to filed documents in this case: Schroy said from 2004 through 2009 he solicited people to invest ... Read More »

                              Pharmacist Sentenced To Nearly 5 Years In Prison For Medicaid Fraud

                              Healthcare fraud and money laundering? Again? Sure, why not. John Love has been sentenced to 51 months in jail for laundering money and defrauding the healthcare system. Love apparently used taxpayer’s money to live well beyond his means and his sentence is meant to make it clear to others defrauding the system that there is zero tolerance for this type ... Read More »

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