Lender Processing Services – Florida Gave $1.15 Million Tax Break to Company Bondi Was Investigating for Foreclosure Fraud

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State gave tax break to company Bondi was investigating for foreclosure fraud

While attorney general Pam Bondi was investigating Lender Processing Services for foreclosure abuses, the state of Florida was preparing a sweet tax break deal for the Jacksonville-based company.

Last week, Bondi announced a national settlement with LPS, and the company agreed to pay $120 million to settle allegations that it operated as a so-called foreclosure mill, making use of fraudulently signed court documents.

Money kicked in from Florida taxpayers could help pay that fine. LPS received a tax incentive award of at least $1.15 million, with some of the payments going out even as Bondi’s fraud inquiry was ongoing.

“This settlement reflects the efforts of the states to work together to remedy the widespread abuses occurring in the residential mortgage industry in the past few years,” Bondi said in a statement last week. “The proposed judgment holds LPS and its subsidiaries accountable and requires reforms that ensure the proper handling of residential mortgage-related documents.”

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3 Responses to “Lender Processing Services – Florida Gave $1.15 Million Tax Break to Company Bondi Was Investigating for Foreclosure Fraud”
  1. BOBBI SWANN says:

    Am I just a little mistaken, but ins’t that action just a conflict of interest? Shouldn’t someone higher be aware of this or possibly they already are?! How can you as an attorney investigating alledged crimes turn around and delegate monies (paid by the taxpayers) to that same entity that you are investigating? If anyone out there has some clairty on this please advise.

  2. gwen caranchini says:

    I don’ often bash women as I represented women in discriminatin cases for years. But Bondi should be characterized as a “dumb blond” and unfortunately that is not a joke.

    • Zee says:

      She’s not dumb – she’s serving her Banker masters as intended, with unquestionable and unwavering loyalty. She’s a poodle on a leash for them.

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