Mortgage Scam Victim Sentenced for Money Laundering
A Florida woman who allegedly started money laundering after falling victim to a mortgage scam has been sentenced to prison, according to the U.S. Attorney’s

A Florida woman who allegedly started money laundering after falling victim to a mortgage scam has been sentenced to prison, according to the U.S. Attorney’s office in Atlanta.

Karla Suzanne Spiker is due to serve one year and three months after pleading guilty last year to her laundering role, which she admitted involved picking up $300,000 in scam funds.

Acting U.S. Attorney Kurt Erskine said that scams, such as the one that ensnared Spiker, which is suspected to have originated in India, “are a nationwide problem, and they typically target the most vulnerable members of our society.”


Source: themortgageleader.com