Bankruptcy: Phebe Ibrahim Sentenced For Bankruptcy Fraud And Related Charges

Bankruptcy Fraud

St. Peters Woman Sentenced to Prison for Fraudulent Preparation of Bankruptcy Petitions On May 10, 2018, Phebe Ibrahim, formerly known as “Phebe Khan,” age 50, of St. Peters, Missouri, was sentenced to 18 months in federal prison for bankruptcy fraud and related charges, announced Donald S. Boyce, U. S. Attorney for the Southern District of …

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Bankruptcy Fraud: How To Identifying And Wich Are Common Fraud Schemes

Bankruptcy Fraud

Identifying Bankruptcy Fraud Bankruptcy Fraud is a form of deception and theft, which unfortunately, is increasing in both the US and Europe. The bankruptcy system is designed to give an individual or a company a chance to reorganize their affairs, or if reorganization is not possible, to equitably distribute the non-exempt assets of the debtor among the …

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Financial Fraud: Karl Robinson Pleaded Guilty to One Count of Bankruptcy Fraud

Bankruptcy Fraud

Long Beach Man Pleads Guilty in $3 Million Foreclosure Rescue Scam LOS ANGELES – A Long Beach man has pleaded guilty to a federal fraud charge related to a long-running mortgage rescue scheme that involved nearly $3 million in illegal fees charged to distressed homeowners and about 200 fraudulent bankruptcy petitions. Karl Robinson, 52, pleaded …

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Bankruptcy Fraud Second FBI

Bankruptcy Fraud

Federal bankruptcy proceedings can be a lifesaver for honest individuals overwhelmed by debt as a result of unemployment, a medical crisis, divorce, disability, or any number of other legitimate reasons. Unfortunately, bankruptcy can also be used by the unscrupulous to get out of paying their debts, even though they may have the financial assets to …

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