With fake IDs, three Georgia men collected $666,537, prosecutors say

9:35 am Dec. 4, 2017

By posing as tax officials, three Georgia men took part in a scheme that cheated thousands of people across the U.S. out of more than $3.5 million, federal officials allege.

Dunwoody residents Moin Gohil, 22, and Nakul Chetiwal, 27, and Tucker resident Parvez Jiwani, 39, are accused of using fake IDs to pick up $666,537 wired from 784 victims who thought they were paying the IRS. The false IDs the

Gwinnett man is 22nd convicted for rigging bids at foreclosure auctions

6:30 am Mar. 29, 2017

On the long list of those who profited from the misery of the Atlanta-area foreclosure crisis, you can add the name of Clifford Wayne Hill.

For more than four years, Hill, who conducted business through his company SalesForce Inc., conspired with others to rig foreclosure auctions in Gwinnett County, a federal indictment charged.

On Friday, Hill pleaded guilty to his role in the scheme, the Justice Department announced. He and fellow

Is Georgia a haven for abusive debt collectors?

11:34 am Jan. 10, 2017

Getting threatened with arrest. Being called a dirt bag. Having your neighbor tell you that debt collectors want you to pay up. Such debt collection tactics are banned under federal law. In spite of the bans, various Georgia firms have been accused of employing such methods.

And a new report shows that Georgians being harassed about debts are filing a record number of complaints with the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. 

In