Starr's brother Glen received the same sentence in October.
Both had pleaded guilty to one count of conspiracy to commit wire fraud and five counts of wire fraud, records show.
The brothers owned
According to the
The brothers would then work with finance companies including
"The documents in the package were prepared using the names of real companies as well as fictitious companies, which were purportedly true customers of
When the loans were approved, the brother's would put the money in their accounts.
When the brothers learned in
Because of the fraud, Pro Premium, which had been in business since 1988, had to close.
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