Four charged in mortgage fraud schemeBizjournals.com - Mar 25, 2008Orson Benn, former vice president of Argent Mortgage Co., and Constance Golder, an account executive, along with David Tuggle Jr.
4 Charged With Mortgage Fraud in Fla.
Houston Chronicle - Mar 25, 2008
Two former employees of a subprime lender were charged Tuesday with operating a mortgage fraud scheme that lasted more than two years and involved more than $34 million in loans.
Charges announced in fraud case involving Argent, Sunstate
Bizjournals.com - Mar 25, 2008
Orson Benn, former VP of Argent Mortgage Co., and Constance Golder, an account executive, have been charged with mortgage fraud. Their scheme allegedly has been in operation for more than two years and involves loans in Hillsborough, Pinellas and Polk ...
4 More Arrests Made In Mortgage Investigation
Tampa Tribune - Mar 26, 2008
"Mortgage fraud threatens the very essence of the American dream - the goal of home ownership," state Attorney General Bill McCollum said Tuesday in prepared statement issued by the Florida Department of Law Enforcement.
More Arrests Made In Mortgage Fraud Case That Ripped Off Dozens
Tampa Tribune - Mar 25, 2008
By JOSH POLTILOVE of The Tampa Tribune TAMPA Four arrests were made today in a multimillion-dollar scam involving brokers fraudulently submitting loan applications to Argent Mortgage Co. The brokers were compensated based on the number of loans they ...