Mortgage fraud down, but maybe more dangerous

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During the run-up to the housing crisis, it was said that if you could fog a mirror, you could get a mortgage. Mortgage fraud in those days predominately involved jacking up home prices on a mortgage application, but a new ...

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1. Charmcaster said... on Oct 22, 2013 at 04:14AM

“Fraud is an everywhere problem. Even in couponing or having discount coupons, fraud comes always in any form. The post-recession squeeze has made couponing more than an informal glance through the paper for most. But coupon counterfeiting and other forms of coupon scam are rapidly becoming more widespread, and that could drive the costs up for all in the long run. A short term loan can help you pay for your food.”

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