Fraud perpetuated by banks is included under the umbrella of consumer fraud. Bank fraud may include securities and investment fraud, predatory lending, or sale of annuities fraud.

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Jury gets Case in McFadden-Weaver Mortgage Fraud Trial

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Grand Jury Adds Defendant to $25M Mortgage Fraud Case

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McFadden-Weaver Co-Defendant Admits Mortgage Fraud

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Fraud growing in lending push on home equity

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