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Former Tinley Park Man Charged with Bankruptcy Fraud for Concealing Seven Luxury Cars Worth $294,000


CHICAGO—A former Tinley Park resident was charged by information today with concealing his ownership of seven luxury cars during his 2012 bankruptcy proceeding. The charges allege that JOSEPH W. CAMPBELL, 49, concealed cars having a total value of approximately $ 294,000, including a Lamborghini worth $ 122,000, a 1966 Chevrolet Corvette, a 1971 Chevrolet Corvette, a 1978 Pontiac Firebird Trans ... Read More »

    Ward Pleads Guilty to Nationwide Foreclosure Scam and Bankruptcy Fraud

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    A former Los Angeles resident, who fled to Canada and was a federal fugitive for 12 years, pleaded guilty on Monday to aggravated identity theft and bankruptcy fraud in connection with leading a nearly 15-year foreclosure-rescue scam that fraudulently postponed foreclosure sales for more than 800 distressed homeowners, announced Christy Romero, Special Inspector General for the Troubled Asset Relief Program ... Read More »

      TV Lawyer Charged With Bankruptcy Fraud, Student Loan Debt Slaves, GI Bill Scams


      TV Lawyer Randolph Goldberg Sanctioned for Forgery and Fraud Well-known TV lawyer Randolph Goldberg is being sanctioned for forgery and fraud. It’s a federal case Contact 13 Chief Investigator Darcy Spears has been following for nearly four years. This case is the latest in Goldberg’s string of legal troubles. As we reported in September, Randolph Goldberg is already under federal ... Read More »

        Ward Indicted for Fraud and and Identify Theft in Nationwide Foreclosure Rescue Scam

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        Federal authorities have charged a former Los Angeles man with aggravated identity theft and having operated a foreclosure-rescue scam in Southern California and elsewhere that promised to postpone foreclosure sales for more than 800 distressed homeowners. Glen Alan Ward, 47, of Canada, was indicted today in the Central District of California on two counts of bankruptcy fraud, one count of ... Read More »

          Gamecock and Former New England Patriot NFL Pro-Bowler Pleads Guilty to Bankruptcy Fraud

          In a bankruptcy case originally filed in 2009 by Rick Sanford, a former USC Gamecock, NFL Pro-Bowler, and New England Patriot, Sanford may face jail time for bankruptcy fraud. It seems his original bankruptcy documents, were a little bit light on real facts. Following the discovery of some missing assets from his bankruptcy filing, Sanford was later charged with bankruptcy ... Read More »

            Abusive Debt Collector Accused of Bankruptcy Fraud : When The Collector Becomes the Collected

            Over the years Jack H. Boyajian, a seasoned debt collector, has faced accusations from authorities across the U.S. for “illegal methods to squeeze debtors”. This year a new accusation arose against Boyajian after he filed for bankruptcy in August of 2009, that he has defrauded creditors by concealing assets from the court. The Federal Government says he owes around $670,000 ... Read More »

              I Used Seven Credit Cards to Pay Off a House. – Ginger

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              Ginger “Dear Steve, I used 7 credit cards to pay off a house. How can I make a plan to start repaying my debt Ginger”   Dear Ginger, Well that’s a new situation I don’t think I’ve ever had to deal with before. I’m going to assume that when you say “a house” that it is your house. The problem ... Read More »

                Can I Go Bankrupt Even Though I Used the Credit Cards to Get By? – Lee

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                “Dear Steve, Since last March, I have charged $30,000.00 in Credit Card purchases. The bulk of this was March thru May 2008. In May My hours were reduced (At that point I was using my credit card for survival. I.E. Groceries, Gas, Utilities, Car Repairs and needs). In August I was laid off and still am. In Mid December I ... Read More »

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