Loan Processors Sentenced in Mortgage Fraud Scheme


PHILADELPHIA, PA – May 31, 2011 – (RealEstateRama) — Kirk H. Kirby, 40, of Capital Heights, Maryland, and Sholonda Y. Johnson, 39, of Philadelphia, were sentenced today to 60 months and 30 months in prison, respectively, in connection with a real estate investment scheme, announced United States Attorney Zane David Memeger. Kirby and Johnson pleaded guilty to three counts each of wire fraud in connection with a real estate investment scheme that caused millions of dollars in losses to lenders. Kirby owned and operated Invictus Financial Group (“IFG”), located in Havertown, PA. Johnson was a loan officer at various mortgage brokerage companies.

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