Tips and Tools for Spotting Documentation Fraud
Presented By: Jamie Borodin of National Tenant Network
With instances of fraud related to proof of identity and proof of income on the rise, it’s ever important to be able to effectively spot legitimate and fraudulent documentation. Failure to spot fraud can impact qualification decisions, can lead to bad debt, and equally as important, can jeopardize subsidy compliance. This session is designed to help you how to know what’s real vs. what’s not for identify documents like driver licenses and proof of income (pay stubs). We will also discuss best practices relative to collecting the right documents compared to documents that are less relevant or important.
Jamie Borodin is the VP of Operations for National Tenant Network and has served in that capacity since 2006. Mr. Borodin oversees both operations and sales for NTN. Prior to joining NTN, he worked in the healthcare information services industry for over 15 years, working in account management and sales with McKesson, RelayHealth, NDC Health and Prudential.
Working with NTN, he has vast experience with credit, public court records, and both credit and rental scoring systems. He has taught courses on the subjects of understanding credit and rental scoring, resident screening best practices, public record information facts, Fair Housing issues around resident screening for the NJAA (New Jersey Apartment Association), IREM (Institute for Real Estate Management), DAA (Delaware Apartment Association), and PAA (Pennsylvania Apartment Association). Mr. Borodin earned a BS and MBA, both from Rutgers University, with a focus on management and marketing. He also is a Six Sigma green belt.
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