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Lender agrees to pay $4.2 million for post-crash mortgage fraud

On February 25, 2009, he signed an agreement to buy the loans, valued at $156 million, for only $200,000-slightly more than one-tenth of a penny on the dollar. But the agreement turned sour fast.

WASHINGTON — U.S. states reached a landmark $25 billion deal Thursday with the nation’s biggest mortgage lenders. pay about $4.3 billion, JPMorgan Chase roughly $4.2 billion. Citigroup will pay.

Chester Peggese, 59, received the prison sentence monday from United States District Judge Manuel L. Real, who also ordered the defendant to pay $4.2 million to Broadway Federal Bank and $38,609 to the Internal Revenue Service. Peggese pleaded guilty in 2015 to one count of bank fraud and one count of subscribing to a false tax return.

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MBIA Inc., once the most active insurer and now the most active plaintiff in this litigation, has paid $4.2 billion in mortgage. agree to pay all claims when presented but can compel the sponsor to.

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Mortgage firm agrees to $18M settlement.. PHH Mortgage Corp. and three insurers would pay more than $20 million under a proposed settlement of a class-action lawsuit brought by customers of the.

A Southfield mortgage lender has agreed to pay $4.2 million to resolve allegations that it violated the False Claims Act in its origination of loans backed by the federal government, United States Attorney Barbara L. McQuade announced today.

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Alcatel-Lucent Agrees to Pay $4.2 Million to Resolve False Claims Act Allegations September 25, 2012 | Greene LLP A subsidiary of Alcatel-Lucent, Lucent Technologies World Services Inc. ("LTWSI"), has agreed to a $4.2 million settlement to resolve all allegations brought in a False Claims Act ("FCA") suit against the company.

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