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More Real Estate Fraud in Bakersfield

Both the Kern County D.A.’s office and the United States Attorney’s office are investigating charges of alleged real estate fraud by a Bakersfield home builder who has filed a Chapter 7 bankruptcy after taking tens of thousands of dollars from prospective homeowners and then failing to build their homes.

Donald Juhasz and his business, DMJ Customs Inc. filed for bankrupty protection in October 2007. According to a spokesman with the California Contractors State License Board, Juhasz’ contractors licenses were suspended for failure to comply with workers compensation and bonding requirements.

Meanwhile, the frustrated home owners have seen their half-built homes go into foreclosure, their credit seriously damaged and they have also been sued by subcontractors who were unpaid by Juhasz.

“All this protection for them and none for us,” said Ammanda Meek, who, along with her husband and another couple, have objected to the discharge of Juhasz’ debts, which amount to more than $6 million.

Read the Full Article in the Bakersfield Californian.

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