The former publisher of a defunct Spanish-language newspaper in Miami and three other South Florida residents were charged in a $10 million mortgage fraud scheme. marco laureti, former publisher of.
A former. large-scale mortgage fraud scheme. At the time, he was charged with one count of conspiracy to commit wire fraud. The four-year operation targeted at least 15 institutions in Newark and.
Former Publisher of the Christian Post William C. Anderson Charged in $10 Million fraud scheme october 13, 2018 The former head of The Christian Post , which calls itself the No. 1 Christian website in the world, was indicted this week in what investigators say was a scheme to obtain millions in loans through false pretenses.
Matzdorff pleaded guilty in January to conspiracy to commit mail and wire fraud charges under a plea agreement. Another figure in the case who might have been called to testify is Carl Ruderman, a.
Newsweek’s Former Owners Were Indicted For Running A $10 Million Fraud. The heads of IBT Media and Christian Media Corporation ran an elaborate scheme to defraud investors by exploiting the Newsweek brand, the Manhattan District Attorney’s Office said.
The former publisher of a newspaper, who also worked as both a real estate agent and a mortgage broker, is facing charges that he and others participated in a $10 million mortgage fraud conspiracy in.
According to court documents, defendants Laureti, Mostelac, Cabrera and Melian were involved with a $10 million mortgage fraud scheme. Laureti was a former newspaper publisher and owner of Laureti Publishing Company, in addition to being a licensed real estate sales associate and mortgage broker.
The former Trump campaign manager is currently under house arrest and has been going back and forth with the court since his indictment in October by special counsel robert mueller. manafort has been.
The conspiracy charge and the bank fraud charges each carry a maximum potential sentence of thirty years in prison and a fine of the greater of $1 million, or twice the gross gain or loss.
Former Newspaper Publisher, Mortgage Broker, Mortgage Lender and Real Estate Agent Convicted in $20 Million Mortgage Fraud Scheme A federal jury convicted a former Miami newspaper publisher, mortgage broker, mortgage lender and real estate agent after a three-week trial for leading a $20 million mortgage fraud scheme.