Real Estate Fraud
A man who defrauded two Tiburon investors of $1.6 million after claiming he was the son of the president of the Republic of the Congo has been sentenced in federal court in San Francisco to four years and four months in prison.
A San Francisco man has pleaded guilty to charges that he defrauded a Northern California real estate agent and his girlfriend out of $1.6 million over four years by pretending to be the son of Congo’s president.
An arrest warrant has been issued for a San Jose real estate agent charged with scamming victims in a deal involving a building in Modesto, prosecutors said Friday.
A San Francisco man who claimed to be the son of the president of the Congo has been arrested and charged with fraud for allegedly bilking a Marin County real estate agent and his girlfriend of $1.6 million.
Two men convicted of a complicated scam involving San Francisco’s One Rincon Hill luxury residential tower were sentenced on Tuesday long terms in state prison.
A former East Bay real estate agent is facing fraud charges after he allegedly tried to fake the final payoff on the mortgage for his Danville home.
A Clayton man’s alleged plan to defraud his elderly parents of their home last month was thwarted by Contra Costa County’s new fraud notification program.