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Man who Cleared Title through Fake Lawsuits Pleads Out

Mortgage Fraud Blog. Robert Jacobsen, 69, formerly of Lafayette, California, pleaded guilty to wire fraud and money laundering charges in connection with a scheme to use sham companies and collusive lawsuits to create the appearance that mortgage liens had been invalidated. The plea was accepted by the Honorable Maxine M. Chesney, U.S. District Judge. According to the plea agreement, Jacobsen […] The post Man who Cleared Title through Fake Lawsuits Pleads Out appeared first on Mortgage Fraud Blog.
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