Homeowner Forecloses On Bank
Have you ever heard the story of a homeowner foreclosing on a bank?
If you are one of the angry Americans who is struggling hard to make ends meet, or have lost your home to your mortgagor, or your unemployment check had run out long ago and you are not even counted in the government’s unemployed statistics, you will relish this story: One Florida couple foreclosing on Bank of America .
Maurenn Nyergers and her husband had bought their house in Collier County with cash, therefore, when they were served with a foreclosure notice from Bank of America, they were shocked. For months the couple suffered the agony of fighting legal battle with a giant. A Collier County Judge finally agreed with the couple that the bank wrongfully tried to foreclose on the couple’s house, and ordered the Bank of America branch to pay the legal fees to the homeowners.
What normally happens in a case such as this, where, one party is Goliath—they hardly bother to pay attention to David. Five months had passed and the bank had not paid the legal fees, when the homeowner's attorney, Todd Allen did exactly what the bank does in similar circumstances—he moved the motion to foreclose on the bank.
Accompanied by Sheriff's deputies, and movers, attorney Todd Allen went to the branch and instructed the movers to remove bank furniture. After being locked out of the bank for an hour, the bank manager handed the attorney a check for the legal fees.
Finally, a sweet revenge on a bank that is sure to warm hearts of many homeowners who are under the weather!