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Fraud Insights Vol. 1 Issue 1 PDF Print E-mail

Prevention Is a Top Priority

By Lisa A. Tyler
National Escrow Administrator

As claims awareness and prevention are a top priority for the Company, FNTG’s National Escrow Administrators are committed to providing an insightful and interesting newsletter that keeps our employees aware of fraud and forgery occurrences in our industry that result in claims and ultimately loss of revenue to the Company.

In addition to raising awareness, it is our goal to provide employees of FNTG with tips and tools that will aid in the detection and prevention of fraud. Through this new communication, Fraud Insights, we will provide improved processes and procedures for all operations to embrace.

Look for future announcements of monetary rewards to those employees that were able to thwart fraud in their own local areas of responsibility. Read more in this edition about how our employees followed their instincts and derailed fraudulent transactions and saved the day! Report heroic stories like these for your chance to receive a $500 reward.

We couldn’t wait until next month to bring you this first edition of Fraud Insights. Look for future editions in your e-mail box on the 15th of each month.

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If you have an incident of fraud or forgery that you would like to share in this newsletter, please pass on your article ideas to us at This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it . Not good at authoring? No worries, we will interview and write your article for you, just give us a call at (888) 934.3354. Want to remain anonymous? That is not an issue either, as we can provide an alias free of charge! So call or e-mail us today.

From Yamhill County Sheriff's Office

Lydia Zimmerman and the McMinnville Ticor Title staff are commended for their tenacity in detecting fraud.

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The Adventures of Warren T. Deed, CSEO

True story of an erroneous sale price, where the buyer stands to net $72,000 from a purchase money loan.

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Multi-state Felony Prevented by Chicago Title and Fidelity National Title Employees

Two names, two identifications - one criminal's intent was avoided with the communication of multiple employees.

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