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3 Californians Arrested for Loan Modification Scam

Gregory Flahive, 39, Cynthia Flahive, 41, and Mike Johnson, 42, the owners and managing attorney of a law firm that took thousands of dollars in up-front loan modification fees for services that were never performed for homeowners, many of whom ended up losing their homes, have been arrested on 19 felony counts.
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