$3.3 Million: Woman Arrested in Multi-Million Dollar Credit Repair Scheme

$3.3 Million: Woman Arrested in Multi-Million Dollar Credit Repair Scheme
$3.3 Million: Woman Arrested in Multi-Million Dollar Credit Repair Scheme (Images: Screenshot/YouTube/KHOU11)

A Harris County woman has been arrested in connection with a multi-million dollar credit fraud scam.

According to officials, Roekeicha Brisby and her company, “Rose Credit Repair,” were illicitly clearing credit reports by submitting false Harris County Precinct 4 Constable’s Office offense documentation and sending them to financial firms with the purpose of removing credit loans and defrauding banks.

Brisby, 29, and her company, 15300 John F. Kennedy Boulevard, are accused of defrauding financial institutions out of $3.3 million.

On Thursday, July 7, Pct. 4 police conducted an arrest and search warrant on the accused person with the assistance of the District Attorney’s Office.

The search warrant led to the collection of papers and several electronic equipment that will enhance the case as the Constable’s Office works to find any more offenses and complainants.

“During the search warrant, Constable Investigators observed advertisements for Rose Credit Repair that state they use the law to repair credit,” Constable Mark Herman said in a statement.

“Clearly this is not the case as the defendant violated the law in an effort to defraud financial institutions of a significant amount of money.”

Brisby was discovered at a house shortly after the search warrant was executed and placed into custody. After that, the 29-year-old was taken to the Harris County Jail.

If you feel you were a victim of fraud by Roekeicha Brisby or Rose Credit Repair, call the Harris County Precinct 4 Constable’s Office at 281-376-3472.

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