Florida Homeowners Foreclose On Bank ...

Florida Homeowners Foreclose On Bank Of America

There are 13 comments on the Digtriad.com Piedmont Triad, Winston-Salem, Greensboro Home Page story from Jun 5, 2011, titled Florida Homeowners Foreclose On Bank Of America. In it, Digtriad.com Piedmont Triad, Winston-Salem, Greensboro Home Page reports that:

Have you heard the one about a homeowner foreclosing on a bank? Well, it has happened in Florida and involves a North Carolina based bank.

Join the discussion below, or Read more at Digtriad.com Piedmont Triad, Winston-Salem, Greensboro Home Page.

Since: Oct 08

Rushville, NY

#1 Jun 5, 2011
I f'n hate banks.

Since: Nov 08

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#2 Jun 5, 2011
Hahahaha...I wouldnt have accepted the check...I wouldve taken all the banks crap.

“Back in "Black"”

Since: Jul 10

Unknown

#3 Jun 5, 2011
Saw this on the news. GREAT

Since: Jun 10

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#4 Jun 5, 2011
I was sold to Bank of America. They found out real quick I do not do call centers. Good for this guy. This is great.

Since: May 11

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#5 Jun 5, 2011
Give them a slice of their own for a change!!!

Since: Aug 09

Silver Spring, MD

#6 Jun 5, 2011
T Turner wrote:
I f'n hate banks.
Use a locally owned bank with four branches or so, or a credit union.

There is no excuse for a person of average means to be enabling these trans national ones by banking with them.

Since: Oct 08

Rushville, NY

#7 Jun 5, 2011
corrective_unconscious wrote:
<quoted text>
Use a locally owned bank with four branches or so, or a credit union.
There is no excuse for a person of average means to be enabling these trans national ones by banking with them.
I do use a credit union. Thanks.

Since: Nov 08

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#8 Jun 5, 2011
Score: The Man-500,000
The little man- 1

We got a lot of catching up to do yall. Come on lets Rally!!!!!

Since: Jun 09

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#9 Jun 5, 2011
Far be it for me to go up against the conservative Offbeat establishment....but, eff them banks and the republicans who run them.

Since: Jun 08

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#10 Jun 5, 2011
Ferrerman wrote:
Far be it for me to go up against the conservative Offbeat establishment....but, eff them banks and the republicans who run them.
so how was it that you were able to pick out of the scant article that the bank was run by republicans? I read the article and never did I see that mentioned....

Or is this some generalization that you're heaping on to the story in an attempt to skew opinion that the big old bad bank must be run by evil republicans..... hmmmmmm I'd hate to think that you would have to manufacture information (or mis-information) to make a non-existent point..... you did have a point, right?

Seems to me the bank was run by Democrats... why? Well, for one, it was an obvious mistake, and when presented with the FACTS that it was indeed a mistake, they would still not own up to the fact that their decisions and actions were in fact incorrect, and it resulted in having the freakin doors locked before they would pay the bill, but still not conceding the fact the mistake was theirs....

You really should stop and think longer before you post, you might just convince yourself not to....
COUSIN PAULIE

Delray Beach, FL

#11 Jun 6, 2011
"After about an hour of being locked out of the bank, the bank manager handed the attorney a check for the legal fees."

This isn't justice.

Justice for this case would be for the sheriff's department to remove all assets from the bank and place them in storage and the cash be placed in an escrow account.

The check from the bank manager for the legal fees should have been rejected at the time.

A court date should have been set up 5 months down the road from the time of the forclosure.

The CEO of BOA should then be subpeoned to appear in court on that date to personally pay the couple IN CASH, the legal fees plus interest and penalties on the money.

The penalty fees should be huge........
At least a few million dollars.

All trucking fees and storage fees will be paid by BOA and of course, a hefty withdrawal fee will be paid by BOA to recover their money seized from the bank during the foreclosure procdedings.
COUSIN PAULIE

Delray Beach, FL

#12 Jun 6, 2011
And let me add, the BOA CEO better have to forms of ID when he shows up in court and should be charged a fee just to walk into the court house lobby.

Since: Nov 09

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#13 Jun 8, 2011
Let see how it will going to be so that later it will be worth beneficial knowing it perfectly.

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