Category Archive: Fraudulent Loans & Grants
  1. bankofamerica
    Whistleblower Allegations Have Bank Of America Corp Heading To Trial
    Posted in: Featured, Fraudulent Loans & Grants | September 23, 2013

      Bank of America Corp heads to trial this week over allegations its Countrywide unit approved deficient home loans in a process called “Hustle,” defrauding Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, the U.S. government enterprises that underwrite mortgages.   In what would be the government’s first financial crisis whistleblower case to go to trial against a major bank over defective Read More »

  2. gaveljusticebar
    Whistleblower Lawsuit Costs The SAIC $11.75 Million To Settle

    McLean-based Science Applications International Corp. agreed to pay $11.75 million to settle a whistleblower lawsuit that alleged the company overcharged the federal government for services it provided through grants to train first responders.     Between 2002 and 2012, the New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology awarded SAIC subgrants from the the federal government Read More »

  3. home-fraud
    Whistleblower Urges Investigation Of KB Home
    Posted in: Featured, Fraudulent Loans & Grants | February 13, 2013

      Upon learning of issues inside the Willowbrook condo community in East Manatee, a whistleblower and former Dallas home appraiser is imploring Florida government officials to investigate possible fraudulent practices by national home builder KB Home.   Kyle Lagow, who worked for Landsafe Inc., a company owned by Countrywide Financial that provided loans for KB Read More »