Mortgage Specialists owner behind four signs
"I have to send out the smoke signals. I have to stop asking people for news and make the news," he added.
Gill is owner and president of The Mortgage Specialists Inc., a mortgage loan origination company with headquarters in Plaistow and offices in Manchester, Nashua and Somersworth.
Gill, who lives in Derry, said he hopes the signs will get the attention of the public and prompt the FBI to launch an investigation into alleged corruption and cover-ups by these state officials and agencies.
In August 2008, Gill and The Mortgage Specialists' compliance officer, Lisa Tracy, reached a settlement with state banking regulators in which they agreed to pay $425,000 and submit to independent review. The banking department had issued a cease-and-desist order July 23, 2008 against Mortgage Specialists and key employees alleging violations of state laws and regulations, including fraudulent loans and altered documents. Gill denied any fraud was ever involved.
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