Marien Brown, Wentzville, Missouri, was sentenced to 18 months in prison, and ordered to pay approximately $250,000 restitution for falsely representing that she operated a "mortgage rescue" or "foreclosure rescue" service.
Tashia Winstanley, 38, Holly, Michigan, and her company, TLW Mortgage Solutions, face criminal charges for her role in a foreclosure-rescue fraud operation that scammed at least 60 victims across the state out of $250,000. Read Post
Frederic Alan Gladle, 53, Austin, Texas, was sentenced to 61 months in prison and was ordered to forfeit $84,010 for his role in operating a foreclosure rescue scam in Southern California and elsewhere that charged distressed homeow... Read Post
James Delbert McConville, 61, Fremont, California, was sentenced to 93 months in prison, and ordered to pay more than $7 million in restitution for conspiring to commit mail and wire fraud related to approximately 80 fraudulent loan... Read Post