More on Mortgage, Deed Fraud
Of course, the small-timers described today at least use a little ingenuity rather than the mere arrogance of power employed by Dick Fuld's scumbags. And it's surprisingly easy for them to do their $4 to $6 billion a year funny business. You should check out Rachel Dollar's Mortgage Fraud Blog -- particularly the New York section, which seems to have a new story every couple of days. One recent example involves Enrique Castillo, aka Enrique Fernandez, who claimed a Harlem brownstone had been conveyed to him "for zero consideration" and, through the use of forged instruments (notary seal, SS card, deed, etc.) sucked money out of the property for a year and a half. Sort of makes you want to check your filings, doesn't it? Photo (cc) CarbonNYC.