Mortgage Fraud Webinars
NCPC and Office for Victims of Crime, U.S. Department of Justice Webinar Series
This webinar series is a joint collaboration between the National Crime Prevention Council and the Office for Victims of Crime, U.S. Department of Justice. Monthly, guest speakers who are leaders in the industry to advocate and assist victims of mortgage fraud will contribute their knowledge, expertise, and provide timely information on emerging trends, the latest laws and cases on mortgage fraud, advice for victim service providers and allied professionals, and essential steps to recovery for victims. We hope you find this webinar series beneficial to your work with victims of mortgage fraud.
This webinar will enable participants to identify the protected classes under the Fair Housing Act and the Equal Credit Opportunity Act, to recognize unfair and abusive mortgage servicing practices, provide information for borrowers and their advocates to resolve a dispute with the mortgage loan servicer and information how to file complaints against their servicer.
Diane Cipollone, Esq.
Director of Training, National Fair Housing Alliance
by the Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law
Eileen O'Connor Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights Under Law
September 20, 2012
The Understanding Mortgage Fraud webinar provides an overview of mortgage fraud and discuss ways to assist victims with recovery. It also highlights resources that NCPC has available for the field. The objectives include
- the current trends in mortgage fraud
- examine inflated income or assets
- discuss ways in which documents are altered
- explain the process of flipping a property and how people are scammed by this
- discuss predatory lending
- give examples on how victim service providers or allied professionals can assist victims
The guest presenter is Chuck Sczuroski, senior trainer, National Crime Prevention Council.