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California’s $100,000 Club’s Explosive Growth

Posted by Larry Doyle on June 2nd, 2011 8:15 AM |

While many clubs in our nation continue to suffer from declining membership rolls, there is one “club” experiencing explosive growth. What makes the entrance into this club so special is the ability of the members to curry favor with those controlling the purse strings. Smell a little funny? Just a little? See the real entrance into this club is effectively a circuitous system of ‘payoffs’ and ‘kickbacks’ with the ultimate costs borne by average American citizens.

What club is this?¬† (more…)

Fraudulent ‘Flopping’ of Homes

Posted by Larry Doyle on June 10th, 2010 11:21 AM |

As day follows night, financial fraud follows economic distress. God forbid people try to make an honest living as opposed to seizing opportunities to make a dishonest buck. This financial artifice is on display in the short sales of homes throughout our country.

Bloomberg highlights this fraudulent activity in reporting, Banks Face Short-Sale Fraud as Home ‘Flopping’ Schemes Spread:

Two Connecticut real estate agents found a way to profit in the U.S. housing bust: Buy low, sell fast. Their tactic was also illegal. (more…)






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