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Following the William Hogarty case? You'll want to watch this....

Original post made by Anonymous on May 21, 2013

If you are following the case of William Hogarty and his real estate fraud, grand theft, conspiracy and perjury charges, you'll want to watch this. If you are a victim of the scam, you'll want to file a case as according to his lawyer in this story, he is will to pay everyone back. Seems the 16 felony charges have caused him to have a change of heart on this if he is truly willing to reimburse those he scammed.

Here's a link to the Channel 7, Seven on Your Side story from last night:

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Comments (7)

Posted by jill, a resident of Bonde Ranch
on May 22, 2013 at 2:48 pm

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Posted by mike, a resident of Castlewood Heights
on May 22, 2013 at 2:57 pm

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Posted by kim, a resident of Canyon Creek
on May 22, 2013 at 3:04 pm

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Posted by Nextsecretmillionaire, a resident of another community
on May 23, 2013 at 8:28 pm

Hello I am still trying to figure all this out and the longer this goes on the more I feel all concerned have done nothing more than to try and cover their own guilt by putting the blame on someone else. My point being If people would pay their mortgage payments instead of paying someone else to go to their banker or mortgage holder and asking them to reduce the amount they agreeded to pay. So to me it sounds like William started a business. A business where he took all the embarassment away from the debtor. by going to said debtors banker saying I have this deadbeat who agreeded to a ARM note but since it adjusted they don't feel like making their agreeded payments any longer. So for a fee he explained to the debtor steps they needed to take prior one of his staff aproaching the banker. So it sounds like William did this ....and when half the people in US heard they all said lets screw the bankers, walk away from our responsibilities...They stopped helping they few who probably needed some help. And now your kids, my kids, and their kids will pay for it. And still are every day this witch hunt continues. How many Federal and State Tax dollars have been wasted over this issue. Not to mention if 3 or 4 of them go to jail at $40,000 or more per year for a few years. So a few more of you need to really think about it and have a nice day


Posted by Um..., a resident of Another Pleasanton neighborhood
on May 24, 2013 at 8:52 am

@nextsecretetc

You sound awfully anxious to defend Mr. Hogarty.

Weren't his clients supposed to be current on their mortgages? He and his employees seem to be the ones who changed the rules to get more money from people who were underwater on their homes.

Making stuff up and repeating it over and over doesn't make it true


Posted by Anonymous, a resident of Another Pleasanton neighborhood
on May 24, 2013 at 9:07 am

Anothersecretmillionaire/Christy:

The only dead beats are you and your husband as you stopped paying the mortgage on your office building while continuing to collect rents from other tenants in the building and then you ran off with the tenant's security deposit when the building was foreclosed on.

You also stopped paying the mortgage on your mansion for a few years, making you all deadbeats, all while turning it into a party venue where you raked in hundreds of thousands of dollars hosting nasty erotic parties and also turned it into a boarding house.

Not only do these two things make you deadbeats, but also thieves having collected rents on both properties while not making payments on them and by stealing the security deposits of other tenants in the office building when it was foreclosed on and when you abandoned it conveniently during non business hours.

The people you defrauded and stole from in your mortgage scam were current on their mortgages, not something you can personally claim about yours.

And I agree with the other poster that making stuff up and repeating it over and over doesn't make it true.


Posted by Cholo, a resident of Livermore
on May 25, 2013 at 10:00 am

well well well...i'm not surprised that there's a town crook...i'm sooooooooooooooooooo tickled that the thief got busted!

i would never have attended one of his parties...because i wasn't invited...tee hee


signed,

missy j_ll hahahahahahahahahahahahahaa...what tickles me the most is that soooooo many folks are focused on the "illegals" that they didn't see this punch in the nose coming...tee hee hee...






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