Female White-Collar Crime Divas-Mordern Day Thieves
“Circumstances reveal to us others and still more to ourselves.”
– La Rochefoucauld
Who says there’s no money is the real estate market? Today’s Crime Divas begs the difference.
Our Crime Divas of the day Rashika J. Moore, 42, of Carney Point, NJ has been charged with conspiracy to commit loan and wire fraud, false statement in connection with Federal Housing Administration loan and loan fraud.
From 2004 until 2009, Ms. Moore was allegedly involved in a massive real estate ‘house flipping’ scheme. It is stated that she submitted fraudulent loan applications, and sold properties to ‘straw buyers’ [a person that makes the purchase on behalf of another, this is not illegal, except when the transaction involves fraud].
The banks approved over $20 million on over 100 properties, which most of the mortgages went unpaid and felt into foreclosure. Well there goes the neighborhood.
Ms. Moore faces up to 37 years in prison if convicted. I keep stating, they are not playing around with these white-collar crimes. They mean to keep you as long or longer than a murder.
Unfortunately, this is not new. Over the past eight years, or so, the economy here in the U.S. has been devastated by the effects of not only the illegal, but legal transactions of individuals and banks, which caused a domino effect throughout nearly every aspect of our economy from: lost jobs, closing of businesses to homelessness of regularly working citizens.
How can we stop the greed that seems to be woven into way our society?
The mission of this site is to prevent professional, educated, and career-minded females from committing white-collar crimes; to educate, and confabulate with others who have an interest in this epic situation and who has a desire to make a difference.
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