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    dirty loans

    What is the name of your state? California

    I heard this mortgage broker is doing dirty loans, is there someone I can contact to report them?

    thanks


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    Department of Consumer Affairs, State Attorney General...


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    Might try the Banking Commission as well...


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    Quote Originally Posted by ocman View Post
    What is the name of your state? California

    I heard this mortgage broker is doing dirty loans, is there someone I can contact to report them?

    thanks
    **A: that is hearsay.


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    Quote Originally Posted by ocman View Post
    What is the name of your state? California

    I heard this mortgage broker is doing dirty loans, is there someone I can contact to report them?

    thanks
    really?? how would you hear something like that?


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    Quote Originally Posted by HomeGuru View Post
    **A: that is hearsay.
    How the hell would that be relevant? Do rules of admissibility for court determine what you can and cannot report to a government agency?


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    Quote Originally Posted by fairisfair View Post
    really?? how would you hear something like that?
    Inside information.


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    Tell the person you heard the "inside information" from that he would have to be the one to blow the whistle. He'd probably be protected under the "whistle-blower" laws, so there's nothing for him to worry about. Unless the lender sends Rocky and Vito over to snap his legs off at the knees.

    Also, you don't define what a dirty loan is. Loans made on property they know not to exist would be dirty. It might look dirty, but sometimes there is a legal and ethical way to lend money and get one helluva return on your money from someone it looks risky lending moey to. That's not dirty, just underhanded and slimy. Do your research and find out which is which.


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    Whistle blower laws only protect the innocent. If this person is a conspirator, they need protection from prosecution, and they better get it because if they don't then you are legally bound to turn that person in.


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