Mortgage Fraud News
Mortgage ‘Rip-Off’ Victim Gets Good News, Not So for Lawyer Involved
Lawyer Investigated By ABC News for Repeated Customer Complaints Now Disbarred
Britain's Face of Hate: EDL Founder's Shocking Decision
Part 2: Tommy Robinson publically denounced the movement he started, but he remains a marked man.
NJ 'Housewives' Couple Plead Guilty to Fraud
Joe and Teresa Giudice pleaded guilty to several counts of loan and bankruptcy fraud.
More Legal Headaches from the Mortgage Mess and Bernie Madoff
Today’s Money Memo… The long trail of destruction from the mortgage mess is still working its way through the system. Bank of America has been found liable for mortgage fraud. The bank’s Countrywide unit sold defective mortgages in the lead-up to the housing collapse. A...
JPMorgan Chase May Be Penalized in Madoff Case
Morning Money Memo JP Morgan Chase, America’s biggest bank, may face action from federal authorities who suspect that the bank “turned a blind eye” to Bernie Madoff’s massive Ponzi scheme, reports The New York Times. This case comes right after the bank reached a tentative...
'Real Housewives' Stars Face Jail for Alleged Fraud
Teresa and Joe Giudice were indicted on federal charges and could spend 50 years in prison.
20/20 06/21: The (Almost) Perfect Crime
Tonight on 20/20. The perfect crime almost immediately thought he would be able resolved. Stupid he had the perfect plan for a Replays are detailed work desk extra suspects courtesy of Craig's list check. To create the crowd that's credit analyst now imagine many what. They'll do a fight inner tube
7 Richest Snitches: Time to Rat Out Your Boss?
Ever dream of getting rich by blowing the whistle on your boss? People have—most recently Bradley Birkenfeld, the ex-banker whom the IRS paid a record $104 million for ratting out his former banking bosses who had helped U.S. clients to hide money in Swiss accounts. Have any other blowers cashed in
Wells Fargo Fires Employee For Stealing a Dime in 1963
In 1963 a 19-year-old Richard Eggers committed a crime, putting a fake dime into a laundry machine in Carlisle, Iowa. Eggers was spotted by the local sheriff and was convicted of operating a coin-changing machine by false means. He was sentenced to 15 days in...
The Big Lie: Real Life Norman Bates
Don't know what to do with your mother's old clothes that have we got a story for you. It's what one man did to keep his mother's memory alive he dressed in them. But did he do it as some bizarre form of breathing or eating. And with this wanna give a special welcome to new ABC news correspondent