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Former Pleasanton mortgage firm being sued by clients

Original post made on Aug 30, 2012

A man accused of attacking his roommate at his mansion in unincorporated Livermore is now facing a civil case involving the company he ran in Pleasanton.

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Posted by jill
a resident of Canyon Creek
on Aug 30, 2012 at 5:01 pm

this guy is bad news me and a lot of my friends were scamed by him
he only cares about money and he will scamm any one who will fall for his scammes please put him in jail were he belongs


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Posted by Cholo
a resident of Livermore
on Sep 1, 2012 at 4:06 pm

Some folks just like to whine. Why not put together a group of savvy folks to figure out what the crook did? It's one to act like a bunch of cry babies and quite another matter to seriously examine how uninformed folks got taken. and...i mean it!!!

that way, with information in hand, you could provide info at the public library to demonstrate how everybody can avoid being scammed.


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Posted by JOANNA JENSEN
a resident of Del Prado
on Oct 21, 2012 at 2:37 pm

I actualy went to work briefly with Bill Hogarty.

He was rude. I am a realtor and Executive Assistant to an Attorney. At the time his office was right around the corner from my home. He was claiming he could offer the product I knew was supposed to be available so I went in to meet with him.

At that time I had a few of my own clients who wanted a "short refinance" Bill, in front of his employees in a meeting put me on the spot. However, I did have homeowners who were asking for this product so I gave it right back to him.

I am glad I didnt end up working with him.

I asked him specific questions that were not asnwered to my satisfaction.

I have been doing loan modificaitons since 2008. I now work for an attorney and I can not understand why any person can take advantage of a home owner who is in a financial hardhip.

I truly believe people will get what they give in life.

Even though Bill Hogarty filed bankruptcy and may not be financially liable he may stil be criminally liable.

JoAnna Jensen


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