A Kansas business owner faces court charges on allegations of a bank fraud scheme that forced several low-income homeowners into bankruptcy. Harris Poulikidis, 56, of Overland Park, Kan., was indicted last week by a federal grand jury in Kansas City. He allegedly saddled victims with more debt than they could repay, causing several of them to lose their homes to foreclosure, according to a news release from U.S. Attorney Todd Graves. Poulikidis owned and operated a number of home improvement businesses, including U.S. Home Services, Roofing and Siding Plus and A+ Siding, which provided a variety of home repairs and remodeling. He also operated a number of mortgage companies, including Olympic Mortgage, C&T Enterprizes of Kansas and FP Holdings. According to the indictment, Poulikidis,...
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