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Florida Taxpayer Dollars Thrown Away on Fraudclosure Investigation

Florida-FraudFor a brief moment in time, Florida’s Attorney General was actively investigating several aspects of the Fraudclosure crisis.   The law firms, the process servers, the document mills….they were all being actively investigated.   All that investigating takes time…lots of time…and lots of my taxpayer resources.

We can all only speculate about what these investigations found, and the way things are in this country, we may never know what our taxpayer dollars found during these investigations…when things get off the radar screen, they have a way of disappearing.   Which is why it is just inconceivable that Florida’s Attorney General Pam Bondi would just let this all get quietly flushed…from the Palm Beach Post:

A foreclosure fraud report compiled by two ousted Florida investigators was instrumental this month in winning a New York homeowner her case.

The report by former state assistant attorneys general June Clarkson and Theresa Edwards is a step-by-step account of how some lenders allegedly sidestepped foreclosure laws using flawed and possibly fraudulent paperwork. The report, which cites Ocwen Financial Corp., a loan servicer that has workers in West Palm Beach, was first reported in The Palm Beach Post.