Mortgage Fraud Defendant Sentenced

Allison Tussey —  July 29, 2010 — 1 Comment

Andrew Wolf, Alpharetta, Georgia, a defendant in a large-scale mortgage fraud scam with losses to lenders in excess of $41 million, was been sentenced to prison. As part of his sentence, Wolf was ordered to pay a special assessment of $ 100.00 and serve a prison term of Twenty-Eight (28) months. The Court recommended that the defendant be incarcerated in a facility that is closest to his family in the State of Florida. As previously reported by Mortgage Fraud Blog, Wolf had previously plead guilty to Count(s) 1 of the Information, Conspiracy to Commit Bank Fraud, Mail Fraud, Wire Fraud and False Statements on Credit Applications. Count 2 was dismissed on the motion of the United States. 

Wolf was sentenced in November 2007.

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One response to Mortgage Fraud Defendant Sentenced

  1. So you committ fraud of $41,000,000 dollars and you get 24 months in prison?
    Plus you get sent to the “facility” of your choice?

    I just love the Judicial System in this country!!!

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