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Mortgage Fraud Uncovered: Presentation and Panel Discussion with William K. Black, Nomi Prins, FBI and more

Wed, Dec 15, 2010
10:00 AM – 03:30 PM PST

Doubletree Hotel
222 N Vineyard Avenue
Ontario, CA 91764
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Organizer: Rhema Economic Research and Development, a non-profit 501(c) 3, in partnership with Grassroots Assembly for Mortgage Fraud Victims, LLC


Guest speakers and panelists:
  • Dr. William K. Black (Speaker) author of ” The Best Way to Rob a Bank Is to Own One.” Dr. Black is a criminologist and former bank regulator that brought down Charles H. Keating Jr. in the S&L scandal. He developed the concept of “control fraud” — frauds in which the CEO or head of state uses the institution as a “weapon.” Currently he is pushing for “receivership” of banks, starting with Bank of America.
  • Ms. Nomi Prins (Speaker), a former managing director at Goldman Sachs, author of “Other People’s Money: The Corporate Mugging of America” and “It Takes a Pillage:Behind the Bailouts, Bonuses, and Backroom Deals from Washington to Wall Street.” Ms. Prins will explore the origins of the Mortgage Fraud.
  • Sharon Ormsby (Panelist), Chief of Financial Crimes Section, FBI Headquarters, Washington D.C.
  • Angela Cash (Panelist), California Department of Real Estate
  • Joan Hobbs (Panelist), Deputy Assistant Inspector General for Audit Special Operations HUD, U.S. Office of the Department of Inspector General
  • A Host of Officials and other Justice Department Representatives
Topics to be discussed:
  • Liar loans — Were subprime and predatory mortgages really a Ponzi scheme?
  • Accounting rules a gimmick? Change the rules to eliminate the crime
  • Call for FDIC to put banks into receivership
  • Are we living under two executive orders? (Obama’s Loan Modification Program and FDIC Modification Program)
  • Who is regulating the regulators? Insurance fraud — who’s taking home the claims?
  • Foreclosure mills — why are they allowed to exist?
  • Should Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac be dissolved?
  • Tortious interference by servicing companies, who are simply debt collectors
  • Pro-tanto eminent domain
  • Mortgage forensics — what is a Qualified Written Request – QWR?
  • Securitization of loan docs — pulling of assignments — following the trail
  • Demand and compromise
  • Lawsuits / lis pendens — homeowners having to fend for themselves in unfamiliar territory
  • A change is going to come…
Self-help for homeowners will be demonstrating their free self-help template tool which educates homeowners about their loan docs to help uncover mortgage fraud.

For more information, view the flyer here.