A mortgage fraud crackdown has caught 1215 fraudsters. The government estimates losses have been at $2.3 billion so far. What’s more, some fraudsters have bankrupted whole companies, according to U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder.
Apparently, this crackdown is only beginning. The FBI is now investigating fraud activity in large institutions.
Stay tuned. This is getting interesting.
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