Mother And Daughters Will Go To Jail For $16 Million Real Estate Scam
Friday, 3 August 2012
A California mother and her two daughters have been convicted of a $16 million mortgage fraud, reports Vik Jolly with the Orange County Register.
Suniti Shah, 51, Supriti Soni, 52, conspired with their mother Sushama Devi Lohia, 74, and one of their husbands to rack up 15 fraudulent mortgages between 2006 and 2009, according...
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