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Ex-Summit executive: I was fired after blowing the whistle on illegal recruiting methods

A former top executive at Summit Funding has sued the lender, claiming he was wrongfully terminated after confronting the company’s leadership about allegedly illegal business practices involving its founder and president, Todd Scrima. 

Ex-chief growth officer Brian Mitchell accuses Summit and Scrima of gaining illegal access to confidential information from its competitor Movement Mortgage to poach their employees and take their businesses, according to the lawsuit filed on Feb. 7 in the Superior Court of California in the County of Sacramento.

A representative at Summit did not immediately respond to a request for comments. 

In an emailed response to HousingWire, Mitchell details ⇒

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