US. Govt Jails MBGN 1992 And Her Husband For Fraud

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After her reign, she relocated to America in the mid nineties where she has been living quietly with her husband, Chiedu ever since. They have six children. Now Sandra is back in the news, this time not for anything good. Read below.

Chiedu “George” Chukwuka, 47, and wife, Sandra Petgrave, 43, have been sentenced in connection with a mortgage fraud ring that spanned 5 years. Chukwuka, and Sandra engaged in a massive property-flipping scheme resulting in over $5.8m in actual losses to banks between 2006 and 2011.

The sentencing of Chukwuka brings to a close a lengthy investigation and prosecution of a criminal enterprise that targeted the banking industry through their prolific mortgage fraud schemes. Chukwuka, considered by law enforcement and prosecution to be head of this enterprise, caused extensive damage with high loss amounts to those victim banks involved.

They recruited straw buyers to purchase homes at a discounted price, typically a bank-owned or distressed property. The group then recruited a second straw buyer to purchase the same home at a dramatically inflated price. .
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In turn, they applied for an acquisition loan for the second straw buyer, supporting the loan application with false income, fake employment, and fraudulent net worth data. The group profited from their scheme by pocketing the acquisition loan proceeds paid by the victim bank to the straw seller (who was the straw purchaser in the first transaction). .

The amount of profit was the difference between the price paid by the straw purchaser in the first transaction and the price paid by the straw purchaser in the second transaction, less transaction costs. Since none of the straw purchasers made any significant loan payments, the targeted properties usually went into foreclosure, resulting in over $5.8m in actual losses to banks

They were both sentenced to 9 years in prison to be followed by 3 years of supervised release.Her husband Chukwuka was ordered to pay restitution in the amount of $5.8m while she was ordered to pay $1.1m

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