Susan Wooten-Robb, who pleaded guilty to embezzlement, attempted to cover up her debits with false currency transaction reports.
Mallory opened five different HELOCs in the name of a credit union member from 2009 to 2016.
Cheryl Vickers' familiarity with Houston Police FCU's accounting and core processing systems allows her to steal more than $1M.
Charles Juska committed loan fraud to help struggling members. His actions cost his $23M credit union hundreds of thousands of dollars in losses.
Theodore J. Longust admits to money laundering and misapplication of funds, among other crimes.
A Connecticut credit union manager admits she used fraudulent HELOCs to embezzle hundreds of thousands of dollars.
The former president/CEO of an Ohio credit union pleads guilty to stealing more than $230,000.
The agency seeks to recover embezzled Taupa Lithuanian funds that were invested in a $71M Ponzi scheme.
Former Toledo Metro FCU CEO Charles Robert Poore faces sentencing for stealing more than $230,000.
Morehead Community FCU’s CEO discovers Brenda Rudd created 88 fake loans at the credit union.