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27
Jul

Three in San Diego Sentenced for Loan Modification Fraud

Three people who were prosecuted in San Diego for running a mortgage loan modification fraud were sentenced to federal prison, according to the Office of the Special Inspector General for the Troubled Asset Relief Program (SIGTARP).
 
Ziad Nabil Mohammed Al Saffar must serve 21 months and Sara Beth Bushore Rosengrant received a sentence of 12 months of home detention and three-years probation. Both criminals confessed that they did indeed run a “loan audit” and loan modification scam under the business names of Compliance Audit Solutions Inc. and CAS Group Inc., soliciting their victims through their website www.HAMPnow.org. The third man, Daniel Al Saffar, acknowledged his role as a sales representative; for his crimes, he was sentenced to six months of home detention as part of a three-year term of probation.In addition to the successful prosecutions, each defendant paid restitution of $30,000 and Ziad Nabil Mohammed Al Saffar, who is not a U.S. citizen, agreed to be deported after he is released from prison.

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