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Statement on Search Warrants Executed in Midvale, West Valley City

U.S. Attorney’s Office June 12, 2012
  • District of Utah (801) 524-5682

SALT LAKE CITY—Federal law enforcement agencies executed search warrants Tuesday at three locations associated with a business formerly operating under the name “CC Brown Law Office” in Midvale and West Valley City. The business has also operated under other names, including “Sentry Legal,” “WT Lee,” and “JL Martin.” The search warrant is sealed. No criminal charges have been filed in connection with the investigation.

Individuals who have been working with the business on a mortgage modification and who would like information can contact a toll-free number established by the FBI at 1-877-236-8947 (press option 2). The toll-free number will be activated this evening. A recorded message will advise individuals that they can submit contact information and copies of any documents to the FBI by mailing them to the FBI Salt Lake City Division, attention CC Brown Investigation. The FBI’s address is 5425 West Amelia Earhart Drive, Salt Lake City, UT 84116.

Individuals can also submit information about the company’s business practices to the FBI by e-mail at saltlakecity@ic.fbi.gov.

The FBI, IRS-Criminal Investigation, and Office of the Special Inspector General for the Troubled Asset Relief Program (SIGTARP) are working together to create a web page to provide an online resource for CC Brown customers. The web page is currently under construction. Anyone interested in the web page can call 1-877-236-8947 (press option 2) for updates on when it will be available.

Several agencies, including the FBI, the Federal Trade Commission, SIGTARP, and the Departments of Treasury and Housing and Urban Development’s Making Home Affordable program, have online resources available to provide information and tips for those looking for consumer advice on mortgage modifications.

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