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Man at center of Peyton Manning HGH scandal is an alleged real estate fraudster

Let’s learn a little more about Liam Collins
In case you’ve been living under a rock, or don’t care about such things, the biggest scandal in the sports world right now is whether Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning used human growth hormone (also called HGH) when he was rehabbing from a neck injury in 2011. Now, more about the past of Liam Collins, the man at the center of the scandal, is also coming to light, including reports of Collins getting into some legal trouble in England for real estate fraud.
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Massachusetts real estate attorney convicted for mortgage fraud conspiracy

Involved numerous bogus short sales
A Massachusetts real estate attorney pleaded guilty last week to charges stemming from a wide-ranging scheme to defraud banks and mortgage companies as part of a conspiracy involving numerous sham short sales. In some cases, the purported third-party buyers were actually the spouses, parents or children of the purported sellers.
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Exec at center of first TARP bank failure gets 8 years in prison

Fraud scheme cost taxpayers more than $300 million
The bank executive at the center of one of the largest bank failures in recent years will spend the next 8 years in prison for his part in a scheme that cost the American taxpayers more than $300 million. Here's the tale of Ebrahim Shabudin and United Commercial Bank.
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Mortgage application defects keep rising

Michigan, Florida, Texas lead First American application defect index
Defects found on mortgage loan applications is on the rise and have been throughout 2015, according to a new report from First American Financial. Which states and markets are the biggest risks of application fraud? Click here to find out.
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