Pennsylvania State Police have named Ignacio "Iggy" Beato, 45, of Hazleton as a person of interest in a multi-agency investigation of real estate fraud.
The owner of several downtown Spokane, Wash., bars has been indicted by a federal grand jury for allegedly defrauding local banks of more than a half-million dollars while taking advantage of mortgage relief programs for which he didn't qualify.
The Special Inspector General for the Troubled Asset Relief Program is renewing calls for further investigation of servicers it claims may be denying too many Home Affordable Modification Program applications.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is charging two companies affiliated with Western Union and Fidelity National Financial more than $38 million in total charges for allegedly steering consumers into a mortgage payment program that cost them millions of dollars in fees.
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