Former Lehman Bros. exec claims to be victim of $2M real estate phishing scam

A former managing director at Lehman Brothers claims that his real estate attorney’s email address was hacked last year, leading to the theft of nearly $2 million that was earmarked as the deposit for a $20 million apartment in Manhattan, the New York Post reported this week.

According to the New York Post report, Robert Millard, a former Lehman Brothers executive and current head of the private investment firm Realm Partners, and his wife worked with a Long Island lawyer, Patricia Doran, last year on the purchase of a sizable apartment in Manhattan.

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