Massachusetts Man Charged with Identity Theft

Allison Tussey —  January 27, 2005 — 2 Comments

Obtained Information from Refinance Transaction

Richard P. Blaustein, 54, Lincoln, Massachusetts was charged with unauthorized practice of law, larceny, identity fraud and forgery. It is alleged that Blaustein defrauded a Boston woman by using personal financial information he had obtained while assisting her in refinancing her mortgage to purchase a vehicle and and complete other fraudulent transactions.

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2 responses to Massachusetts Man Charged with Identity Theft

  1. HA!! This guy got me for 600 bucks (retainer) and not only did I get the money back from the Ma OBO he got disbarred. He is a lying cheat that is most likely in prison. I’m so happy he is paying for his crimes and going to jail for it.

    • This is the same Richard P. Blaustein that was working out of the offices of David Wysocki from South Boston, MA. I just posted this for the connection between the two for identifications purposes! As of this date Sept 2013 David remains suspended from practicing law in Massachusetts. Too bad because David W as I recall was a pretty good guy that just got in a bit of trouble himself.

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