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Homeowner Forecloses on Bank of America

posted by Adam Levitin

Quite the story on Naked Capitalism. BoA foreclosed on a family that didn't even have a mortgage (they paid cash). Then BoA wouldn't cut a check for the attorneys' fee judgment. (Is this typical BoA practice or some weird fluke?) So the homeowner had the sheriff levy on a BoA branch. I'm just waiting to see someone send the deputies in to execute on Moynihan's desk and some artwork in the BoA headquarters. That'd send a much louder message.  


For those who prefer to read than just watch a video: http://www.digtriad.com/news/watercooler/article/178031/176/Florida-Homeowner-Forecloses-On-Bank-Of-America

I've heard stories of this sort in the past, though never with definite attribution.

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