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May

Las Vegas Man Indicted in Alameda Co. for Mortgage Rescue Fraud

A Las Vegas man has been indicted in the East Bay county of Alameda for fleecing distressed homeowners in a mortgage rescue fraud that was unbelievable but still snared customers.

Alan David Tikal’s alleged mortgage rescue scam was to promise that he could “reduce the specific debts by 75 percent” of the borrower’s mortgage using his firm KATN Trust. KATN Trust would pay off the mortgage and refinance the home at a savings of 75 percent. He charged upfront fees of anywhere from $1,000 – $2,000 for this “service.”

In the case of one borrower, Tikal recorded that the home had been paid off in Los Angeles County but the lender refused to accept the document. In another case Tikal is alleged to have not paid off the mortgage.

Tikal recruited real estate agents from several states to find his alleged victims.

Alan David Tikal has been charged with conspiring to commit real estate fraud, mortgage security fraud and filing false documents.

Read the original article on 7 On Your Side.

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