FBI Mortgage Fraud Hotline

Allison Tussey —  March 14, 2009 — 4 Comments

A telephone hotline has been established by the FBI to receive complaints from the public regarding mortgage fraud matters.

The FBI considers mortgage fraud to be a significant and growing crime problem which often affects unknowing consumers, and which has a direct impact upon the overall economic health of the United States. The collapse of the subprime mortgage market, as well as the recent economic downturn, has been met with a corresponding increase in fraud and schemes connected to mortgages and related transactions. The establishment of this hotline will aid the FBI and the community by providing a direct line of alert should mortgage fraud be suspected.

Any further questions may be directed to Special Agent (SA) Erik Vasys at the below listed contact numbers.

SA Erik Vasys, Media Representative, Tel: 210-978-5432, Erik.Vasys@IC.FBI.GOV, FBI San Antonio, 615 East Houston Street, Suite 200, San Antonio, Texas 78205.

Ralph G. Diaz, Special Agent in Charge of the San Antonio Office of the Federal Bureau of Investigation made the announcement.

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4 responses to FBI Mortgage Fraud Hotline

  1. Charlotte Sprowl March 24, 2015 at 6:37 pm

    Just wanted to know what can be done with my mortgage. It has been robo-signed and sold so many times. Foreclosing on us now have been for a year. Think they are at a stand still because I have fought back with show me the note, chain of title, and fraudulant signatures that are not even our names. They also foreclosed on us with no notice, certified mail and held two payments they never applied, anyway kinda scarey to write the FBI. but somebody needs to stop this for the American people. my loan companies are Ocwen and Deutsche kinda bet you’ve heard of them, Thank for the time and if you could look into this I bet I’m not the only one. I know I would go to jail for fraud of this type why aren’t these people, other than they have the money to bring people down. I don’t have the money to hire big time attorney’s but right is right and wrong is wrong. Why should they get away with this. Thank You!!!

  2. http://www.denverpost.com/recommended/ci_20167909

    Serious Fraud At Castle law Firm in Colorado in signing paperwork for foreclosures with out validating. Whistleblower goes public on the firm.

  3. Please warn readers of activities of this Loan Mod schemer-Transcontinental Lending Group, represented by David Zausner 5100 PGA Blvd 2nd Floor, Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33418.
    Modus Operandi: Unsolicited calls/letters for Loan Mod with upfront appraisal fee of $350.00. After that you’re on your own.

  4. YOU MEAN TO TELL ME THAT THE FBI HAS NOW DISCOVERED FRAUD!!!AFTER ALL THE INFO PEOPLE GAVE THEM!!!THANK YOU FBI.BUT ITS TOO LATE FOR THIS TOWNHOUSE SUBDIVISION.I WILL BE WAITING TO SEE WHAT HAPPENS TO ONE PERSON IN KINGWOOD TX.GEORGE UBER USN RET.

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