Three Arizona charities are in the running for a $10,000 donation from AEA Federal Credit Union thanks to a successful car loan campaign in 2012.
From rings of alleged thieves working together with an auto dealership and a police officer to get loans to buy cars to an equity skimming scheme used to buy luxury items, over the past few months, credit unions have been bilked in cases that end up costing millions of dollars...
Program ties $10,000 donation to community service organization to car loans cash back program.
Ruiz was a co-conspirator in a business lending kickback scheme with the credit union’s former vice president of business lending, William Liddle.
Frank Ruiz, convicted of conspiracy and money laundering, is scheduled to start his two-year prison sentence this week.
William Liddle and his wife, Rhonda, have agreed to pay more than $25.3 million for participating in a business loan kickback scheme involving AEA FCU.
Former vice president found guilty of 54 counts of fraud that led to the near collapse of AEA Federal Credit Union sent to prison.
William Liddle has claimed that he was stabbed by an unseen assailant on the day he was scheduled to be sentenced in court.
The Great Depression and the decades leading up to it forced many to look beyond their comfort zones just to be able to survive another day.
Federal judge says proof by noon Tuesday or warrant issued.