- Report: #1047057
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Complaint Review: Aguilera's Bookkeeping
Aguilera's BookkeepingS Santa Fe Ave Vista, California USA
Aguilera's Bookkeeping Roberto Aguilera, Benjamin Aguilera They have gotten away with selling false CPA letters for mortgage brokers while the mortgage brokers who received them went to jail. Vista, California
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All of those involved in the Aguilera brothers' business from the mortgage brokers to the borrowers were among the casualties of the foreclosure crisis of the late 2000's and early 2010's. The government wanted someone to blame for the crisis so they arrested the Aguilera brothers and all of the mortgage brokers and the Aguilera brothers were given a slap on the wrist for punishment by the government in court while all of the mortgage brokers involved were tried, convicted and sentenced by the government in court to 3 years in prison and 3 years probation for the purchase of these letters in order to fund and close loans in the 2000's. All of the banks that sold and funded these loans got off scott free when they were bailed out in 2008. ONLY THE BANKS AND THE AGUILERA BROTHERS ARE CORRUPT.
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