bizjournals.com | December 9, 2013
By Brianne Pfannenstiel
A Kansas City-based federal agent pleaded guilty to mortgage fraud Friday.
Jeffrey Morriss, special agent for U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement's Homeland Security Investigations, admitted in federal court to making false statements on four home loan applications. He did so in order to receive more than $811,917 in loans.
Morriss later defaulted on three of the loans, which resulted in foreclosures.
On all of his applications, Morriss failed to disclose the full amount of his debt, and in some he inflated his monthly income and lied about his debt-to-income ratio.
If the court accepts his plea agreement, Morriss will be sentenced to three years of probation as well as $12,794 in restitution.
Back to December 2013 Archive
CFLA was founded by the Nation's Leading Foreclosure Defense Attorneys back in 2007 to serve the Foreclosure Defense Industry and fight pervasive Bank Fraud. Since opening our virtual doors, CFLA has rapidly expanded to become the premier online legal destination for small businesses and consumers. But as the company continues to grow, we're careful to hold true to our original vision. For us, putting the law within reach of millions of people is more than just a novel idea—it's the founding principle, just ask Andrew P. Lehman, J.D.. With convenient locations in Houston and Los Angeles, you can contact Our National Account Specialist and General Manager / Member Damion W. Emholtz at 888-758-2352 for a free Mortgage Fraud Analysis or to obtain samples of work product, including cutting edge Bloomberg Securitization Audits, Litigation Support, Quiet Title Packages, and for more information about our Nationally Accredited and U.S. Department of Education Approved "Mortgage Securitization Analyst Training Certification" Classes (3 days) 24 hours for approved CLE & MCLE Credit (Now Available Online).
SEE BELOW- http://www.certifiedforensicloanauditors.com
Call us toll free at 888-758-2352