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We had this on the FB page three days ago and the NPPG has also reported this...
It's about time some of these people giving the rest a bad name have to deal with the conscequences of their actions...
 
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a million a month really come on they knew its just like them not seeing mold pics

The thing I don't get is; if you make a million a month you do it for like 6 months. Then you take the money and run, we did a home for the marshals last year that the guy was involved in some type of banking scheme locally. He took like $40 million before he got caught. If he quit while he was ahead he would probably be on some island sipping icy drinks rather then in prison sipping his cellmates toilet Chardonnay.
 

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When it is the guvmint's money or it is FDIC insured, it is a Federal crime and they don't quite give up that easily.
 

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The thing I don't get is; if you make a million a month you do it for like 6 months. Then you take the money and run, we did a home for the marshals last year that the guy was involved in some type of banking scheme locally. He took like $40 million before he got caught. If he quit while he was ahead he would probably be on some island sipping icy drinks rather then in prison sipping his cellmates toilet Chardonnay.
i woulda stopped at 20 but some guys just have to keep squeezing the gooses
 

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In total, between 2007 and 2009, Bank of America remitted $4,490,398.87 to Mid-Florida Home Securing (later known as AMFS) and, between 2009 and 2012, Bank of America paid AMFS $19,044,973.06 for inspections, a large percentage of which were never actually performed. As a result of this fraud, Counce and AMFS managed to keep overhead and expenses low and profits high, resulting in net profits to Counce of up to $1 million in a single month. Based on employee reports of fabrication rates, the government estimates the loss in this case to be approximately $12,774,102.

The problem is the bottom guy (even though he was nuts), goes to jail, but the culpability stops there. What about those fostering this industry trend?
 
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