Local fraud victim to get money from state

Fraud victims, including one from Johnson County, who paid for but didn’t get help with mortgage payments or stopping foreclosure are getting money from the state.

Homeowners’ losses ranged from $595 to $3,500 and totaled more than $40,880, according to a news release from the state attorney general’s office. The state is paying homeowners amounts equal to their losses up to $3,000. A fraud victim from Johnson County is getting $3,000.

The state is providing more than $32,940 from the state’s consumer protection assistance fund to 18 residents from Allen, Elkhart, Hamilton, Johnson, Marion, Marshall and St. Joseph counties.


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