Book: Mortgage Fraud & the Illegal Property Flipping Scheme - A Case Study of United States v. Quintero-Lopez by Alexis C. Bell
categories: Book, Mortgage, Fraudulent Loans, Fraud Scheme, Risk Assessment, Best Practices, Prevention, Detection, Investigation, Economic Crime, Mortgage Fraud
Alexis C Bell about this book: I have been investigating financial crimes for a number of years as a forensic accountant. With the economic downturn, we began to see increased pressure for people to steal. This created an increased incentive for fraud. Many lost their jobs, health insurance, and even their homes. The weakening economy saw a dramatic increase in foreclosures. This led me to examine mortgage fraud. The case study was researched in an effort to identify issues and propose best practices when faced with this aspect of fraud. It was originally created for both investigators and those working in the lending industry; however while writing the book, it became evident that a homeowner could benefit from understanding how to protect their self from becoming a victim of the scam. If you are either thinking of buying a home or are in the process of selling one, I encourage you to read the book and stay ahead of the fraudsters who are waiting in the shadows for another opportunity to strike.
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