Active-duty military troops and veterans are being grossly overcharged for VA home loans, according to Democratic activist Lisa McCormick, who called on federal regulators to suspend or ban alleged greedy loan companies as well as strengthen oversight of lenders. McCormick made her comments after reading a report that shows predatory mortgage lenders are still exploitingContinue reading “Predatory lenders NewDay USA & Federal Saving Bank exploit military borrowers”
New Jersey Department of Agriculture Secretary Douglas H. Fisher is asking that residents inform the government about sightings of the spotted lanternfly, which can be reported by using an online form. Residents and businesses are also encouraged to find resources for treatment options at http://www.badbug.nj.gov. “We have asked the homeowners of our state to informContinue reading “State stepping up lanternfly fight”
A Monmouth County, New Jersey, man today admitted falsely labeling as “Toys” a package containing 10 live rhinoceros iguanas that was destined for Hong Kong. Jason Ksepka, 44, of Farmingdale, New Jersey, pleaded guilty before U.S. District Judge Zahid Quraishi in Trenton federal court to an information, charging him with one count of violating theContinue reading “Iguana smuggler admits guilt”
An unemployed Roselle Board of Education member who owns two homes in the borough is under investigation for allegedly collecting federal housing subsidies for an apartment that was rented to a family member. Delia Ware-Tibbs is suspected of renting a home at 220 East Linden Road in Roselle, which she owned, to her brother, DoryanContinue reading “Federal housing scam investigation targets Roselle school board member”
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