Wanted by the FBI: Rosita Vilchez

FBI, November 21, 2013

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Rosita De Los Milagros Pino Ponce, Rosi Vilchez, Rosi Pino


Date(s) of Birth Used:

May 3, 1974

Place of Birth:

Lima, Peru


Approximately 5’3″ to 5’5″


Approximately 140 pounds




Real Estate Agent








White (Hispanic)




Vilchez is a United States citizen, but she is believed to have moved her family to Peru permanently in 2010. Vilchez continued to offer real estate services to residents of Northern Virginia from Peru until as recently as 2013.


Rosita Vilchez is wanted for her alleged involvement in a fraudulent scheme that victimized financial institutions, as well as prospective homeowners, in the Northern Virginia area. From approximately August 2005 to November 2007, Vilchez and her co-conspirators operated a real estate agency, Vilchez and Associates, based in Manassas, Virginia. It is alleged that Vilchez and her co-conspirators submitted fraudulent information to financial institutions in support of residential real estate mortgage applications, making it possible for the borrowers to qualify for loans they could not afford to repay. Vilchez and her co-conspirators allegedly profited from the numerous transactions they arranged by collecting millions of dollars in commissions. The financial institutions suffered many millions of dollars in losses when they were forced to foreclose.On September 6, 2012, Vilchez was indicted by the United States District Court, Eastern District of Virginia, for bank fraud, conspiracy to commit bank fraud, and operating a continuing financial crimes enterprise. On September 7, 2012, a federal warrant was issued for Vilchez’s arrest.


The FBI is offering a reward of up to $6,000, or up to 15,000 Peruvian soles, for information leading directly to the location and arrest of Rosita Vilchez.

If you have any information concerning this person, please contact your local FBI office or the nearest American Embassy or Consulate.

Field Office: Washington D.C.

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  • Rhialto

    Perhaps Rosita is also guilty of not kicking back sufficiently to deserving political entities, quien sabe?

  • Puggg

    Vilchez is a United States citizen

    What’s wrong with this picture.

  • Oil Can Harry

    (Sigh) When will these white women stop committing so much crime?

  • BobinVa

    Manassas,about 20 minutes from me.

  • bigone4u

    I’ll have to email the FBI and send them the definition of the word “mestizo.” Apparently, they are unfamiliar with it.

    • Jefferson

      The F.B.I and the C.I.A only recognize the existence of 2 Nonwhite races and they are Bantus and Orientals. Everybody else who does not fall into one of those 2 categories is automatically labeled as “White”.

      I remember when the C.I.A created a wanted poster on Osama Bin Laden, they had him listed as “White” under race.

      • bigone4u

        That’s disgusting liberal politics for you, isn’t it. There used to be a commenter here who used the term “mystery meat” to describe those whose ethnicity was indeterminate.

      • gregCall

        Generally I agree with the sentiment of your post but in this instance she does appear to be white of Spanish decent. Being from Florida I’ve unfortunately seen my share of mestizo and other mixes from all over south and central America.
        She doesn’t have the eyes, face shape, or hair usually seen in South American Indian types. Not saying there isn’t some admixture, just saying its not apparent from the photos.

        • Fighting_Northern_Spirit

          As you say, absolutely not pure Spanish. Maybe 60-70%. Those cheeks in picture 2 and eyes in picture 4 are more Indio. Thank the tweezers for the brow line as well.

        • Bardon Kaldian

          She’s not White; she’s not Indian. I guess- 50% or something like that “White”. Mixed.

        • ms_anthro

          Even for Florida she isn’t White. She’s clearly part indio, like almost all Peruvians.

          There are 100% European-descended people from Spanish-speaking countries outside of Spain, but this scammer isn’t one of them.

      • [Guest]

        I recall a discussion with a celebrant of diversity who stated, in reply to my comments against allowing large numbers of Middle Eastern Muhammadans into the country, that most terrorists are white.

        No doubt, many of the “white” terrorists she was referring to were named Muhammad.

  • Spartacus

    Secession’s looking better every day, isn’t it ?

    • Ella

      Yep, then we can free ourselves from the banksters.

  • The FBI is offering a reward of up to $6,000, or up to 15,000 Peruvian soles, for information leading directly to the location and arrest of Rosita Vilchez.

    Yet JPMorgan is fined $13B.


    There was a fellow in Florida who took out over $1M in loans on an ordinary 3-br [c. $100K] house he didn’t even own but was only renting. What I’d like to know is how can they get away with these loan crimes? Every time I ever applied for a real estate loan, which was many, the lending institution, in the words of Barnie [“My Barnie”] Frank, “gave me a pretty good shakedown.” So how do the perpetrators know they won’t be discovered in the application process?

    • Whitetrashgang

      In certain states quit claim fraud was huge, people could forge a document saying the owner had no claim and then sell or take out a mortgage. I think they went to slum type lenders, kind of like payday cash joints.

      • SFLBIB

        What’s the matter with those states? Didn’t they ever hear of notary publics who are responsible for checking peoples’ IDs when they sign a document?

        • Pro_Whitey

          I think we have to recall that many of these applicants were non-whites, and as such their applications were in great demand lest the lender be accused of racism. The lenders were trying to lay off the liabilities as quickly as they could, too. I think the deal in these cases was to get the loan, and then expatriate the borrower and the money, leaving the rest of us holding the bag.

          • SFLBIB

            It’s not rocket science to see this scheme would blow up in their faces.

  • [Guest]

    I’ve pointed out these cases several times before on several forums. Following are more examples, each of which elevates the “white” crime statistics.


    Race: White (Central Asian)
    Nationality: Pakistani

    Race: White (North African)
    Nationality: Egyptian

    Race: White (Hispanic)
    Nationality: Mexican

  • DiversityIsDeath

    To be truly “White”, three criteria must be met– White, European, and of non-jewish heritage. This nonsense of classifying Mexicans and Pakistanis and arab-muslim terrorists and Bernie Madoff-types as “White” wouldn’t pass muster if applying the criteria– White, European, non-jewish ancestry.

  • robertfishercalifornia

    she looks more “inca’ than white. Peruvians look very different than others Southamericans…

  • Chip Carver

    That’s right Truth Teller. I’m also in L.A. and I see this type of mug every day, everywhere. The “government” elected a new people, and she’s a perfect example of “it”.

  • Paleoconn

    If this type of person is listed as White, then in a competition for a job or college admission, they should not get preferential treatment over a European White. (cue laugh track)