Loomis and five other defendants are also charged in a 50-count indictment with costing lenders $10 million in losses through two mortgage fraud schemes. Prosecutors said all three frauds were operated through Loomis Wealth Solutions, which was based in California and also worked with investors in Illinois, Washington and elsewhere from 2006.

Joseph Gekko of Yorba Linda pleaded guilty to three counts of wire fraud in connection with a more than $10 million mortgage fraud scheme related to Loomis Wealth Solutions.

Receives 5-year sentence Washington – The Department of Justice, the FBI and the National Center for Disaster Fraud (NCDF) remind the public there is a potential for disaster fraud in the aftermath of a natural disaster.Suspected fraudulent activity pertaining to relief efforts associated with the recent series of tornadoes in the Midwest and.

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Roseville Wealth Adviser Lee Loomis Arrested for Fraud Schemes Six Others Charged in the 50-Count Indictment Unsealed Today U.S. Attorney’s Office September 14, 2012

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In Ohio, eight people were sentenced to prison terms ranging from almost two years to a dozen years for their involvement in a penny stock scam that caused investors to suffer $39M in losses. One of the defendants, Zirk de Maison, received the 12-year sentence. He was ordered to pay $39.1M in restitution.

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Lee Loomis, 60, of Granite Bay, was sentenced Tuesday to 12 years in prison for bilking customers of his company, Loomis Wealth Solutions in Roseville.

Roseville Wealth Advisor lee loomis sentenced to 12 Years in Prison for Investment Fraud Scheme The following is a copy of the press release from the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Eastern District of California .

Loomis and five other defendants are also charged in a 50-count indictment with costing lenders $10 million in losses through two mortgage fraud schemes. Prosecutors said all three frauds were operated through Loomis Wealth Solutions, which was based in California and also worked with investors in Illinois, Washington and elsewhere from 2006.

Peter Kuzmenko of Loomis was sentenced to 6 1/2 years in prison and ordered to pay $573,332 in restitution for his role in a federal tax refund fraud scheme.