Bank admits error after couple claims home was illegally taken

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Bank admits error after couple claims home was illegally taken

Bank admits error after couple claims home was illegally taken

Conway Daily Sun-

EFFINGHAM — A major Wall Street bank is apologizing to a Maine couple who allege that the bank wrongfully claimed ownership of their second home on Green Mountain Road in Effingham. But the apology rings hollow for the Drew family.

Apparently, J.P. Morgan Chase & Co. confused a little red house, owned by Travis and Paula Drew, at 529 Green Mountain Road, for a no-longer-existent mobile home at 519 Green Mountain Road.

The structures were owned by different people even though they once shared the same lot. The confusion led the bank’s agents to change the locks on the Drews’ home and remove $14,000 worth of belongings from the property.

The Drews don’t live in the Effingham house. They live in Stow, Maine.

[CONWAY DAILY SUN]

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