3 Executives Being Probed for Criminal Insider Trades by DOJ, per Reports

SECFilingEquifaxJohnGambleRodolfoPloderJosephLoughranMarketWatchDailyBusinessNewsMHProNewsEquifax is one of the three primary credit reporting agencies.  As such, manufactured housing industry lenders and other professionals are routinely accessing credit files from Equifax.

Mortgage lenders are already pointing out that the data breach could lead to numerous, and long term, impact on those seeking to buy or refinance homes.

But the headline reports this week by MarketWatch, CNBC, Bloomberg and an array of others are focused on the possibility of insider trading by the three executives that sold some 1.8 million in stock the day after the massive data breach. 

Why Hasn’t The following Been Investigated?

What is not yet being investigated is the irony behind Experian’s Dark Web commercial in the wake of their massive data breech. 

The Daily Business News will continue to monitor the Equifax data breech and elements such as these allegations. ## (News.)

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Soheyla (pronounced “So Hey La”) Kovach (pronounced Co-Vatch), with her son Tamas (pronounced “Tah Mash”) and her husband, L. A. “Tony” Kovach, are on location at the Deadwood, SD 5 State Convention.

Submitted by Soheyla Kovach to the Daily Business News for MHProNews.com.

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