Mumbai man dupes 25 of Rs 3 crore for cheap homes, held | Mumbai News

MUMBAI: A 36-year-old Commerce graduate who fled to Nashik after duping at least 25 home-buyers of over Rs 3 crore after promising them flats at 25% discount from the bank that had sealed them as people failed to pay EMIs, was arrested on Wednesday.
Crime branch (unit XII) laid a trap after tracking down Sachin Borde in Nashik by posing as a customer buying bank-seized cars at a discount. Borde used to take an advance payment to pay the bank after showing them a fake letter of the flat.
Borde, from Dahisar, fled a year back along with his wife, after duping people from Andheri to Mira Road in 2017-19. A case was registered by MHB Colony police on May 2 during lockdown after victims failed to contact Borde.
DCP (crime I) Akbar Pathan supervised inspector Mahesh Tawde, assistant inspectors Vikram Kadam and Atul Avhad, sub-inspector Hemant Gite and staff
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Virtual Event Helps Build Homes for Wounded Vets

The Carrington Charitable Foundation, a nonprofit associated with Carrington Mortgage Services, oversees a military veteran “signature program” aimed at creating mobility, stability, purpose, and prosperity for those returning from post-911 conflicts, according to its mission statement.

This year the charity’s annual golf tournament, which benefits the aforementioned project, is going virtual, making it more accessible to all Carrington affiliates, the company said.

The hour-long virtual fundraiser features both silent and live auctions, addresses from Veterans, and other entertainment: REACT: A CCF Virtual Fundraiser takes place Monday, October 12.

CCF representatives say that this year, like many nonprofits, it is “challenged by the environment created by the pandemic.”

This event will be its primary fundraiser for 2020.

“The veterans we assist through Carrington House and our other signature programs are counting on us to make this event a success, so we can keep our promises to the veteran families

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EZ360 and Dealer.com Help Bring Dealership Showroom Experience to Car Buyer Homes

EZ360 and Dealer.com are teaming up to provide 4K photos, instantly published media, and custom vehicle display pages to auto dealer websites powered by Dealer.com.

DALLAS (PRWEB) September 29, 2020

EZ360 and Dealer.com are teaming up to provide clients the ability to capture exterior SPIN, interior 360 panoramic views and pictures in 4K quality that are published instantly to websites that are powered by Dealer.com.

4K pictures are vivid and sharp but file sizes are 6-15 times bigger than standard pictures, rendering them difficult to transfer through the traditional data feeds. This unique feature became possible thanks to industry-first API (Application Programing Interface) created by EZ360 and implemented and released to all of Dealer.com’s clients via a special Custom Vehicle Display Page (“CVDP”).

The CVDP showcases photos in high-resolution with crisp color and fine detail. It has become a key factor in car dealers’ ability to sustain and increase pre-owned

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How Bruce Kenan sued for a tax bargain on his Skaneateles Lake homes; “a slap in everybody else’s face”

In 2018, Skaneateles town officials raised the property tax assessment on Destiny USA partner Bruce Kenan’s two lakefront mansions to $7 million.

Unhappy with that, Kenan went to court and argued that was too high, that they really should be valued at $2.7 million. They settled somewhere in the middle: $4.7 million.

Then, less than a year later, Kenan put the properties up for sale.

Kenan’s asking price? $8.4 million.

That’s three times the amount he argued in court they were worth.

The Kenans are like other wealthy landowners in New York who use their money and lawyers to negotiate more favorable tax bills, town Assessor Michael Maxwell said.

Maxwell said he sees it again and again in Skaneateles and in Lake George, a ritzy Adirondack town where he is also a part-time assessor.

“The whole thing to me is just a slap in everybody else’s face,” Maxwell said.

Kenan’s

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