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National Notary Association Interviews Banking and Finance Partner Steve Camp

11.01.11

The National Notary Association recently interviewed Partner Steven S. Camp of the Firm's banking and finance team in Dallas for the November issue of Financial & Corporate Services.

Of trends in identity theft in the financial sector, Mr. Camp said "One of the most significant areas is mortgage lending. There have been a number of incidents where an individual discovers that his or her identity has been misappropriated in obtaining a mortgage loan. In these circumstances, the mortgage loan involves flipping the property and inflated appraisals. The individual will discover that their identity was used as an 'investor' who was purchasing the property for an inflated amount."

The complete article can be found here.

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