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Witness: Foreclosure firm owner gave gifts for altering documents

Posted on October 19th, 2010 at 16:27 by John Sinteur in category: Robber Barons -- Write a comment

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Some employees of Florida’s largest "foreclosure mill" were given jewelry, cars and houses from the firm, in exchange for altering and forging key documents used to obtain foreclosures, according to a statement released today by the Florida Attorney General’s Office.

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As a perk of Samons’ job, Stern’s office would routinely pay her personal mortgage, a car payment, her electric bills and her cell phone bill, according to Scott, who told investigators Stern also bought Samons a new BMW sport utility vehicle every year and gave her and other employees jewelry. Additionally, Stern purchased employee David Vargas a house, a car and a cell phone, Scott claims in her statement.

So the “sloppy paperwork” excuse is about as bogus as you can get…

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