Florida Mortgage Fraud
Official Internet Site of the Florida Legislature. 817.545 mortgage fraud.-. (2) A person commits the offense of mortgage fraud if, with the intent to defraud, the.
817.545 Mortgage fraud. (1) For the purposes of the section, the term "mortgage lending process" means the process through which a person seeks or obtains a residential mortgage loan, including, but not limited to, the solicitation, application or origination, negotiation of terms, third-party provider services, underwriting, signing and closing, and funding of the loan.
Owner of Florida Mortgage Company Sentenced to Over 11 Years in Prison for Orchestrating $64 Million Fraud Scheme. Hector Hernandez, 57, of Miami, Florida, the owner and operator of Great Country Mortgage Bankers (Great Country), a mortgage lender in Miami, was sentenced for conspiracy to commit wire fraud affecting a financial institution. He was also ordered to pay $64,508,141 in restitution and to forfeit $8,000,000 in illicit profits.
Two mortgage fraudsters pleaded guilty to their involvement in a $10 million scheme using luxury south florida condos. michelle Cabrera of Miami Lakes and Pedro Melian of Hialeah each pleaded.
Two Florida Men Indicted in Mortgage Fraud Scheme. Each faces a maximum penalty of 30 years’ imprisonment for each count. The indictment also notifies the individuals that the United States is seeking a money judgment for the proceeds of the charged mortgage fraud conspiracy.
The Office of Financial Regulation (OFR) welcomes complaints from concerned citizens because they may be the only way we become aware of fraud or unfair practices in the financial industry. Your complaint will be recorded in a database and analyzed for a pattern of wrongdoing that may result in a formal investigation or action to protect the.
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – A Jacksonville woman was sentenced to two years in prison and must pay $49,000 for her involvement in a mortgage fraud scheme. brandee tumpkin, 29,
On July 14, 2015, the U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of Florida announced that the owner of a Miami-area mortgage company, his business partner, and a senior mortgage underwriter each pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit wire fraud affecting a financial institution. As part of the owner’s plea, he will forfeit $8 million, which is equal to his profits from the scheme.