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21
Dec

Seal Beach Woman Indicted for Real Estate Investment Fraud

Karen Hanover, 46, a Seal Beach woman who was found guilty in 2011 of impersonating an FBI agent,  has now been indicted on suspicion of operating a real estate investment fraud scheme.

Hanover was indicted by a federal grand jury in Santa Ana for operating two companies in Long Beach that may have defrauded up to 50 victims out of more than $2 million. She held seminars in Southern California, Las Vegas and Dallas that sold investors on buying into ownership of commercial real estate properties.

The conviction of impersonating an FBI agent was related to Hanover using the color-of-authority to threaten by telephone a woman who had turned Hanover’s name to investigators.

Read the original article in the Orange County Register (OC Register).

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