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Familiar Names Banned from Selling Mortgage Help

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Some familiar names just struck a deal with the Federal Trade Commission. Four mortgage modification scammers, Brian Pacios, Chad Caldaronello, Justin Moreira and Derek Nelson will be banned from selling debt relief products and services under settlements resolving Federal Trade Commission charges that they deceived homeowners facing foreclosure. The settlements stem from a complaint the FTC filed against Pacios, Caldaronello, ... Read More »

    Court Halts Mortgage Relief Operation that Targeted Homeowners Facing Foreclosure

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    Some People Lost Their Homes: Paid Defendants Instead of Making Mortgage Payments At the Federal Trade Commission’s request, a federal court halted a sham operation that allegedly told financially distressed homeowners it would help get their mortgages modified, but instead effectively stole their mortgage payments, leading some to foreclosure and bankruptcy. The FTC seeks to permanently stop the scheme and ... Read More »

      Mass Joinder & Forensic Loan Audit Marketers Surrender Assets to FTC

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      A number of different companies we’ve written about before have finally met the end of the line in their efforts to sell consumers mass joinder lawsuits against mortgage companies and expensive forensic loan audits. The defendants behind an alleged mortgage relief scam have agreed to settle FTC charges that they deceived cash-strapped consumers into believing they could hold onto their ... Read More »

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