Archives For Mortgage Elimination

Ronald Vernon Cupp, Santa Rosa, California, was convicted by a jury of running a mortgage elimination scheme wherein he charged homeowners up front fees in exchange for allegedly eliminating their mortgage.

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William Beard, 40, Seattle, Washington, was sentenced to 16 months in federal prison for his participation in a Southern California mortgage elimination scheme that promised to prevent foreclosure through the paying off of the distressed homeowner’s mortgage.

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Ronald Vernon Cupp, Randall Gilbert Heyden and Angelle Wertz have been arrested and charged for their roles in an alleged mortgage fraud scheme targeting struggling Northern California homeowners.

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Aneal Maharaj, 65, a former resident of Las Vegas, Nevada, who defrauded 17 individuals of almost $1.5 million in an investment fraud and marketing scheme involving early mortgage payoffs, was sentenced to just over eight years in prison for his guilty pleas to fraud and tax evasion charges.

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Sergio Gutierrez, 49, San Francisco, California, was sentenced to twelve years in federal prison after a jury convicted him of running a scheme in which he defrauded victims by telling them to stop paying their mortgages.

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Aneal Maharaj, 64, a former resident of Las Vegas, Nevada, who fled to Fiji after being charged with defrauding victims of over $1.4 million in an investment fraud and marketing scheme, pleaded guilty to fraud and tax evasion charges.

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James Pilon, 68, and Verna Pilon, 59, Joliet, Illinois, have been sentenced to federal prison terms for engaging in a brazen investment fraud scheme that swindled more than $1 million from approximately 40 victims, causing some of them to lose their homes and financial security while the couple spent the money primarily on themselves.

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Ernesto Diaz, 57, South El Monte, California, has agreed to plead guilty to a federal mail fraud charge in a scheme that falsely promised to eliminate mortgage debts for approximately 200 distressed homeowners who each paid a $15,000 fee.

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Alex Soria, Sonia Rodis, and Hans Johns have been arrested and charged in connection with the operation of a mortgage scam. 

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Andrew H. Williams and his co-defendants targeted homeowners and home buyers to pay at least $50,000 in exchange for a promise to pay off the homeowner’s mortgage within 5 to 7 years – trial begins on November 1, 2011.

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