Douglas L. Swenson, 65, Eagle, Idaho, Mark Ellison, 65, Boise, Idaho, David D. Swenson, 36, Boise, and Jeremy S. Swenson, 41, Meridian, Idaho—each DBSI principals, were convicted by a federal jury on multiple fraud charges stemming from their public representation that DBSI was a profitable company when they knew that DBSI’s real estate business activities were universally unprofitable.
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Sarah Kate Henecke, 35, also known as Alessandra Valencia Toscanelli, Las Vegas, Nevada, pleaded guilty to making a false statement on a residential loan application to the Department of Housing and Urban Development.
Sarah Kate Henecke, 35, also known as Alessandra Valencia Toscanelli, Las Vegas, Nevada, has been indicted for her role in a mortgage fraud scheme.
Darin John Henecke, 37, Pocatello, Idaho, and Karen DeWall Shaw, 59, Chubbuck, Idaho, pleaded guilty in United States District Court to making false statements to the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), a misdemeanor.
Aaron Michael Hymas and Tiffany Kim Hymas, both 38, North Salt Lake, Utah, were sentenced in United States District Court in Boise, Idaho, for their roles in a mortgage fraud scheme.
Starting September 1, 2013, the Idaho Department of Finance will begin using the Nationwide Mortgage Licensing System (NMLS) to manage consumer finance company, payday lender and collection agency licenses on a voluntary basis. Mortgage licensees have been on NMLS since 2008 and money transmitters since 2012. The department now has 3,027 licensees using NMLS.
Lender Processing Services, Inc., and its subsidiaries, LPS Default Solutions and DocX, reached a civil settlement concerning allegations of robo-signing, of which Idaho will receive $890,995.Continue Reading...
Season Heather Hymas, 27, American Fork, Utah, pleaded guilty in United States District Court in Boise, Idaho, to theft from a financial institution, a misdemeanor.Continue Reading...
Stephen L. Howell, formerly of Boise, Idaho, is the subject of a civil complaint for violations of the Idaho securities laws. Also named in the suit are Security Financial Services, Inc., Security Financial Fund, LLC and Security Investors Fund, LLC, all companies owned or managed by Howell.