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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


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.


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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