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Posts Tagged bank fraud

Tax Evasion and Shell Companies

The world is becoming more transparent by the day. As more banks and governments exchange financial information, thousands of innocent folks are getting caught in government drag nets designed to identify those with unreported offshore accounts. “Innocent”? Yes, most of the folks we encounter are dual nationals, foreign born Americans, expats living overseas or hard [...]

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Court Says Bank Must Respond to IRS Levy Notice IMMEDIATELY

We all know that the IRS isn’t particularly known for its speed. Audits can drag on for months while criminal investigations can drag on for years. File an IRS whistleblower claim and it isn’t unusual for things to take 7 years or more. So how fast must a bank or other business respond to an [...]

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Alliance & Nikolai Battoo – “Figment of Criminal Imagination”

The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission has charged yet another player in the massive Ponzi scheme orchestrated by Nikolai Battoo. Marketed as PIWM, Maven Assurance or Maven Life, the Ponzi scheme is estimated to have raked in over $150 million dollars. Already the principals, Nikolai Battoo and his chief marketer Tracy Sunderlage, have been charged [...]

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Bank CEO Pleads To TARP Fraud

Until recently, Darryl Woods was the chairman and Chief Financial Officer of Mainstreet Bank in Ashland, Missouri. Last week he pleaded guilty to defrauding the federal government and taxpayers. His crime? The feds say he took $381,000 of TARP bailout monies and used the cash to purchase a luxury condo in Fort Meyers, Florida. Now [...]

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FIRREA – An Overlooked Whistleblower Tool?

I chuckled this morning when reading the paper. The big financial news this week is the Department of Justice suit against Bank of America for the sale of residential mortgage backed securities. The article claims the plaintiff’s bar “is abuzz” over the government’s use of a little known law called the Financial Institutions Reform, Recovery [...]

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Elder Abuse Post: Bank VP Charged With Stealing From Elderly Client

Elder abuse happens daily. Because it’s victims are often incapacitated or to scared to seek help, the problems don’t get the attention they deserve. Some elder abuse victims are so ill they don’t even understand that they are being victimized. As a society, we hope that caring family members, lawyers, social service providers and bankers [...]

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A smoking gun pointing to the financial crisis in March 2007

[Ed. Note: The following story comes from Dwight Haskins. The entire story appears on his blog. Dwight is one of the most passionate whistleblower advocates we know. He is a former senior financial analyst and government bank regulator. We have previously carried some of his stories on our blog, Due Diligence. ] by Dwight Haskins A smoking [...]

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Nationstar Mortgage Halted Foreclosure Proceedings in 23 States – Foreclosure Fraud

In the latest foreclosure fraud scandal to come to light, Nationstar Financial admitted that it halted foreclosure proceedings in 23 states after receiving multiple complaints from state authorities. The admission came to light in documents filed with the SEC. This admission comes at a time when Nationstar is trying to raise $1.4 billion in new [...]

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Feds Charge Another Mortgage Lender – (Whistleblower Post)

by Brian Mahany Five years after the housing crisis began and the feds continue to pursue those responsible for the mess. Although the federal false claims act statute of limitations prevent some whistleblower cases from going forward, whistleblowers can still earn a hefty payday under FIRREA statute. FIRREA is short for the Financial Institutions Reform, [...]

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Bank of America Hopes To Skirt $1Billion False Claims Suit

by Brian Mahany Bank of America is back in the news. And once again, its not good news for America’s “Too Big To Fail, Too Big To Jail” banking giant. Last week, BoA asked a federal judge to toss a billion dollar false claims suit against it. The suit, brought by former Countrywide Senior V.P. [...]

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