Bankruptcy
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Bankruptcy: Elpidio Gongora Guilty Plea to a Scheme Involving Defrauding Personal Injury Clients, Tax Evasion and Hiding Assets from U.S. Bankruptcy Trustee

July 31, 2016 FraudsWatch 0

San Antonio Businessman Enters Guilty Plea to a Scheme Involving Defrauding Personal Injury Clients, Tax Evasion and Hiding Assets from U.S. Bankruptcy Trustee In San Antonio this morning, 47-year-old San Antonio businessman Elpidio Gongora (aka “Pete Gongora”) pleaded guilty to federal charges in connection with a scheme to [Read More…]

Bankruptcy Fraud
White-Collar Crime

Bankruptcy Fraud Second FBI

October 9, 2015 FraudsWatch 0

Federal bankruptcy proceedings can be a lifesaver for honest individuals overwhelmed by debt as a result of unemployment, a medical crisis, divorce, disability, or any number of other legitimate reasons. Unfortunately, bankruptcy can also be used by the unscrupulous to get out of paying their debts, even though [Read More…]