From Mortgage Fraud Blog
- Bribes and Lies to Obtain Loan Lands Police Officer in Jail
- Another Charged in Mortgage Fraud Case Involving 100 Properties
- Jury Sees Through Mortgage Fraud Defense and Convicts
- 450 Fraudulent Loans Lands Man in Prison for 13 Years
- 2 Charged for Straw Buyer Scam Involving 36 Homes
- 2 Sentenced for Falsifying Loan Modification Approvals
- Mortgage Fraud Promoters Land Lengthy Prison Sentences
- Homeowner Admits Lying to Obtain Mortgage
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In The News
Smith Dollar Associate Allison Tussey to Speak at Empire Law School
On January 26, 2015, Allison Tussey will be speaking at her Alma Mater, Empire College School of Law, Santa Rosa, California, addressing potential law school applicants as well as first year law students concerning her path to and career with Smith Dollar PC.
Rachel speaking at MBA Risk Management and Quality Assurance Forum 2014
Rachel will be speaking at the MBA Risk Management and Quality Assurance Forum being held September 7th through 9th in InterContinetal Miami. She’ll be speaking about Fraud as a Regulatory Issue, on Monday Sepetermber 8th, from 2:30pm till 3:45 pm.
Rachel Dollar featured in Mortgage Banking magazine
Rachel Dollar has been featured in Mortgage Banking magazine with her article Fraud from the Fringe, detailing the sovereign-citizen movement and the rise of mortgage-elimination schemes.