Goddard said the unit will enable his Office to go after more mortgage rescue businesses that exploit consumers struggling to keep their homes. Over the past three years, the AG’s Office has undertaken several dozen criminal and civil investigations of mortgage fraud, leading to 13 indictments and 19 lawsuits and settlements.
AG Goddard also said that in the past two weeks, he has stepped up efforts to prevent mortgage scams by sending more than 600 letters to loan modification companies and licensed mortgage brokers, advising them about the new state laws that went into effect this summer. The letters affirm his commitment to vigorously enforce the laws and take action over any violations of the Arizona Consumer Fraud Act."
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NOTE: GREAT he can start with my mortgages... they are filled with fraud and so is the foreclosure and the eviction... Wow three crimes at least on just one home!