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A financial service worker in South Carolina was sentenced Thursday to two years in prison for using a scheme to dupe  mortgage companies and homeowners in Eastern Kentucky. David CThomas, 68, of Greenville, S.C.  admitted he falsely portrayed himself to mortgage company offices in Pikeville, Hazard, Paintsville, Corbin, and Richmond as an agent of Lloyd’s of London,  an insurance provider.  According to the plea agreement filed in January of this year, mortgage companies Citifinancial and American General required homeowners to obtain homeowner’s insurance for the protection of the homeowner as well as for the protection of the companyAs a benefit of doing business with these mortgage companies, Citifinancial and American General would pay the homeowner’s first year insurance premiumThe companies mailed the check to cover the insurance premium to the insurance providerThomas, falsely acting on behalf of Lloyd’s of London, admitted that he pocketed these checks issued by mortgage companies.  Also, as part of the scheme, Thomas issued bogus certificates which were used to show the mortgage company and the homeowner that the homeowner’s insurance had been secured by Lloyd’s. Thomas worked at North American Financial Services Inclocated in South Carolina but never served as an authorized representitive of Lloyd’s of London.  He was indicted in February of 2008. The United States Attorney’s Office and the  for the Eastern District of Kentucky and the Kentucky Environmental and Public Protection Cabinet made the announcement after sentencing   (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); About the AuthorPrevious StoryCattle truck overturns, causes chain-reaction accident on I-75Next StoryUPDATED: Woodbine man dies in crash on Hwy6 Saturday Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment. Social RECENTPOPULARCOMMENTS W.DBryant in Corbin to reopen this week Posted On 16 Apr 2018 Protestors to be limited to roadside right-of-ways during Saturday's Lincoln Day Dinner in Corbin Posted On 13 Apr 2018 BREAKING: Fire breaks out at W.DBryant in Corbin; witnesses heard explosions Posted On 13 Apr 2018 EXTRA CONTENT: Whitley School Board attorney disciplined by Supreme Court Posted On 20 Apr 2011 Corbin therapist defends against Internet criticism Posted On 06 Jan 2016 UPDATED: Missing person case leads to discovery of 12 lbsof pot, $20,000 cash Posted On 13 Sep 2012 The public pension system will always be... Posted On We know Randy Hurst very well and he is... Posted On […] News Journal NamUs Cadaver... Posted On (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Advertise With Us About Us Area Directory Classifieds Electronic Edition Homes Guide Subscribe CategoriesBaseball Basketball Bena Mae's Kitchen Breaking News Business Cartoons Columns Columns Corbin Home Guide Deeds District Court Records Don Estep E-Editions Football Garrard Coffey Gary West Golf HomePage6NewsStories ImageCarousel ImageCarousel Inspections Lakeway Homes Guide Lawsuits Legal Notices Letters Mark White Marriages Master Commisioner Matti Daniels News Obituaries Opinion Other People Soccer Softball Sports Tennis The Homes Guide Track/Cross Country Trent Knuckles Uncategorized Volleyball Web Only Weddings - Anniversaries Tagsalcohol assault burglary chase Corbin Corbin City Commission Corbin High School Corbin Police Corbin Police Department Corbin Public LIbrary Courtney Taylor crash DUI fire Gray I-75 indictments Keavy Kentucky State Police Knox County Laurel County Laurel County Sheriff's Department lawsuit Lily Mark White meth murder rape robbery shooting The Arena theft Tristan Hall unemployment rate University of the Cumberlands Whitley County Whitley County Board of Education Whitley County Grand Jury Whitley County School District Whitley County Sheriff's Department Williamsburg Williamsburg City Council Williamsburg Police Department Woodbine wreck Contact US

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