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19
Apr

Paso Robles Brokers Charged with Real Estate Investment Fraud

Paso Robles lenders Rod Jarmin and Tammy Jordan have been charged with seven counts of embezzlement and fraud in a real estate investment fraud scheme that may have cost the investors $30 million.

Jarmin and Jordan, both licensed real estate brokers, operated Real Property Lenders (RPL) in Paso Robles and allegedly solicited investors – many of them seniors (elder financial fraud) to purchase securities for projects that the RPL owners knew were in danger of failing.  Rod Jarmin’ s real estate license was revoked in 2003 but reinstated in 2007. Tammy Jordan‘s license shows no disciplinary action.

The California Department of Corporations (DOC) began investigating RPL in 2007 and revoked its license to sell securities in June 2008. Following the DOC action, the San Luis Obispo County District Attorney’s office initiated its own inquiry into RPL after it received complaints about the firm’s practices.

Read the original article in the Cal Coast News.

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