Fraudster Jailed for Stealing More Than $187,000 in Mortgage Payments

Allison Tussey —  April 21, 2015 — 1 Comment

Mario Coniglione, 51, Staten Island, New York, was sentenced by Monmouth County Superior Court Judge Anthony J. Mellaci, Jr. to seven years in a New Jersey state prison for stealing more than  $187,000 from a pair of homeowners over a 33 month period.

The defendant was also ordered to pay restitution in the amount of $187,562.40 to the two victims. At his guilty plea in December 2015, Coniglione admitted he took payments from a Freehold couple totaling over $100,000 paid to him while purporting to act as a “broker” deceiving the couple into believing he had renegotiated the terms of their residential mortgage with their lender. Coniglione collected regular monthly payments from the couple, who believed the payments were being made towards their residential mortgage, and kept the payments for himself rather than forwarding the payments to the victim’s lender.

Coniglione also admitted he stole more than $78,000 in mortgage payments from a Jackson Township couple in a similar scheme.

Acting Monmouth County Prosecutor Christopher J. Gramiccioni announced the sentence.

This case is being prosecuted by Monmouth County Assistant Prosecutor David Fritch.

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One response to Fraudster Jailed for Stealing More Than $187,000 in Mortgage Payments

  1. I understand, I’.m a victim of scam. Flipped my home In different states snap picture like house in state.also robbed my home threw out furniture like I was evicted. Stole documents birth records tax papers, property deeds, quit claim for 1.00. Acted as though I was committed into mental Inst. NursIng home, Jail Prison. Had POA, POD on me. Switch out medical, birth on father, switch out defendants of grandfather Andrew Jackson cherokee Indian. Insurance scam why destroy a landmark home block from making police reports snooping device pretenders of a victim. They completely destroyed my home from scam son homeless. All you scamers deserve punishment. Especially when you pretend to be gov officials. MilItary personnel.bankers. Hud did a lot of people in hard workers. Be thankful that you had someone to listen and help get so many locked up. Still pretending when I call sheriff for do police report sending an officer out to take report. Being a victim of anything Is one of the worst things that can happen to anybody.some are not strong to overcome everything that they have lost In a scam. You can get another home not a life. Just like I am dead buried me so many times. Why do thaat not a soldier but a civilian put me in military too scam

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