CALIFORNIA JUDGE HITS BANK OF AMERICA WITH $46M IN FINES FOR DISHONESTY AND HEARTLESS CONDUCT DURING WRONGFUL FORECLOSURE

April 10, 2018

Finally, some justice for homeowners. A California Judge has issued a 107-page opinion in which he slays Bank of America for “brazen and heartless conduct, institutional obstinance, and dishonesty” during a wrongful foreclosure which involved BOA inviting and entertaining 20 loan modification applications since 2009 which the Judge found that BOA had no intention of granting. All of the applications and supplements were deemed by BOA to be “lost”, “insufficient”, or “incomplete”.

The female homeowner suffered PTSD as a result of BOA’s incomprehensible conduct, and her husband attempted suicide as a result of the stress inflicted by BOA’s actions.

Judge Klein hit BOA with fines totaling $46M. The full text of the opinion can be found by googling “California Judge Bank of America $46M”.

We hope that this is a bellwether of things to come, and that more Judges will refuse to permit, and will severely punish, the banksters and their pawns (the servicers) which continue to frustrate homeowners by simultaneously interposing every obstacle to a homeowner obtaining relief while actively pursuing their real goal, which is to take someone’s home under the guise of “your loan modification request has been denied.”

Jeff Barnes, Esq., www.ForeclosureDefenseNationwide.com

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