California Woman Sentenced for Real Estate Fraud

admin —  February 19, 2008 — 16 Comments

Goldie Vicencio Santiago, 28, Redlands, California was sentenced to state prison resulting from felony charges connected to real estate fraud. Santiago appeared in San Bernardino County, Central District, Superior Court Friday, February 8, 2008, and was sentenced, as part of a plea agreement, to sixteen months in state prison for filing a false deed and forgery. The issue of $225,000 in restitution has been reserved for an upcoming hearing.

In May and June 2006, Santiago forged the victim’s name on Quitclaim deeds. She then took out loans against at least two separate parcels of property in the County of San Bernardino, California for approximately $752,000, without the victim’s knowledge. The residential properties were located in the cities of Hesperia and Colton.

On August 11, 2006, Investigators from the San Bernardino County District Attorney’s Real Estate Fraud Unit arrested Santiago at her business located in San Bernardino.

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16 responses to California Woman Sentenced for Real Estate Fraud

  1. is there a number we can talk

  2. is there a phone number so we can talk

    mike mark

  3. My real name is not important. But I will say that I do know Goldie. She is a good woman that took the fall for her husband Allen dicky. The ranch that they have in Fletcher oklahoma is nothing but a front for his drugs. This man is also looking into go to Colorado and doing the same thing. His favorite thing to do is bring young girls up to the ranch and have sex with them be hind Goldie’s back. This man is a sexual predator.

    • Wow, I am surprised to see such a recent post from someone who must have some insider information or direct knowledge. Goldie is a good hard working woman. I am wondering how did the people that lost money get taken. Does this have anything to do with providing an SBLC. So sorry to hear about Allen’s drug and sex problems. Is he really a predator or cheating spouse ?

    • You guy really have some big issues! Thats why you hide your real name . Talking crap about other people may have some consequences.

  4. Yes …we are…

  5. We also lost a lot of money,
    When ask to pay back, only talk,talk.
    How can we connect to work on getting money back together.

  6. If you have information regarding Allen and Goldie Dickey or Metropolitan Financial Holdings, please contact me at (405)280-7716.

  7. Despriate and pissed off. November 9, 2012 at 12:57 pm

    This pair Alan and Goldie Dicky, are still involved in fraud. They now live in Lawton OK. and operate a scam bank called Metropolitan Financial Holding.along with some-kind of guest & horse ranch. They are still scamming people. And yes I was conned out of a good sum of money, through their bank. While I was trying to secure a bid-bond on a construction project. “Question” is there anyone out there that can help speed up the process of recovering lost funds ???

  8. I dont think they should push white collar criminal in prisons. Instead they should make them work and take most of there earnings to payback victims and other charities..why waste more money on them by putting them in jails..these are not violent criminals so putting them in jails is waste of taxpayer money instead make them work there ass off and take all there earnings

  9. allen dickey and goldie almost got away with some money from me good thing i research goldie’s name and found out that she was arrested with fraud case they both used to work a loan for me for my business and ask me to deposit some money for the loan

  10. This has gone worse a lot of people are now been arrested nationwide for mortgage fraud

  11. Adrienne Morris May 9, 2008 at 1:55 pm

    My brother, Allen Dickey, was dating or supposedly be married to Goldie Santiago. I met her once last year. He tried to get me to let her finance the house I’m trying to buy here in Memphis from her real estate office. I knew something wasn’t right. I’m presently renting to own his home here in Memphis, TN.

  12. There is a way that SEEMS right to a man, but in the end it leads to death.

    -Jesus (Proverbs 16:25)

    Choose what IS right over what SEEMS right, and save yourself from serious consequences such as this.

  13. mortgage refinance in california February 22, 2008 at 4:40 am

    In mortgage, money is the business. Big money is at stake. So, there is no wonder why fraud is always there.

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