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Massachusetts mortgage company founder jailed for defrauding Ginnie Mae out of $2.5 million

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The founder and president of a defunct Massachusetts mortgage company will spend nearly three years in prison after admitting to defrauding Ginnie Mae out of approximately .5 million. Robert Pena pleaded guilty in 2017 to one count of conspiracy and six counts of wire fraud. Pena was the founder and president of Mortgage Security Inc., a shuttered mortgage.

Massachusetts Mortgage Company Founder Jailed for Defrauding Ginnie Mae Out of $2.5 Million

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Massachusetts mortgage company founder jailed for defrauding Ginnie Mae out of $2.5 million – The founder and president of a defunct Massachusetts mortgage company will spend nearly three years in prison after admitting to defrauding Ginnie Mae out of approximately $2.5 million. Robert Pena.

Massachusetts mortgage company founder jailed for defrauding Ginnie Mae out of $2.5 million April 24, 2019 / in Uncategorized / by Lindsay The founder and president of a defunct Massachusetts mortgage company will spend nearly three years in prison after admitting to defrauding Ginnie Mae out of approximately $2.5 million.

The founder and president of a defunct massachusetts mortgage company pleaded guilty this week to defrauding Ginnie Mae out of approximately $2.5 million.. According to the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of Massachusetts, Robert Pena pleaded guilty on Wednesday to one count of conspiracy and six counts of wire fraud.

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The president and founder of a Falmouth mortgage company was sentenced in federal court in Boston in connection with defrauding Ginnie Mae out of $2.5 million. Read on for more details.

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Mortgage company president sentenced for Defrauding Ginnie Mae BOSTON – The president and founder of a Falmouth mortgage company was sentenced yesterday in federal court in Boston in connection with defrauding the Government national mortgage association (ginnie mae) out of approximately $2.5 million.

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