California Real Estate Fraud Report

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Loan Fraud Confession on Triduanum Web Site

Sacramento-based Triduanum Financial’s website has been replaced by a long-winded essay by its form managing broker, who, hopefully, will be indicted for the many crimes to which he confessed online.

Christopher Warren, 27, whose broker’s license with the California Department of Real Estate (DRE) is still in good standing as of this posting, claims to have begun his profitable career in fraud while still a teenager, when he went to work with now-defunct Ameriquest in 2001. Warren admits to adjusting loan applications at Ameriquest and hacking into their computer system to approve his own loans.

Warren’s ambition drove him to start his own mortgage banking firm, WTL Financial, also in Sacramento just three years later, where he manipulated credit scores and W2 forms to investors. After WTL collapsed, he got a job as a vice-president for Loomis Wealth Solutions, where he worked until the FBI came knocking.

After bragging about his contribution towards wrecking the national economy, Warren, in the tradition of Watergate criminal Charles “Chuck” Colson and Manson Family murderer Charles “Tex” Watson, is looking for redemption from “a higher power”. He ends his bloated, self-serving essay by claiming to be “the man for the job” to clean up the mess he helped created.

Read Christopher Warren’s hallucinogenic missive on himself here.

Or read my story on Christopher Warren on for “LA Fraud Examiner”.

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