CAVEAT EMPTOR: Deed typo haunts couple in foreclosure suit years after they sold

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CAVEAT EMPTOR: Deed typo haunts couple in foreclosure suit years after they sold

CAVEAT EMPTOR: Deed typo haunts couple in foreclosure suit years after they sold

You have absolutely no idea how many times this happens…This makes #??? for Bank of America foreclosing “error”?

TBO-

PLANT CITY —

Barbara and Rick Borchers sold their house and paid their mortgage in full eight years ago.

But now, all these years later, another lender, Bank of America, is suing them for foreclosure on the same house. When the process server knocked on their door, lawsuit in hand, the Borchers thought it must be a mistake.

“Everyone I tell says, ‘That’s impossible, it’s a scam, somebody is pulling your leg,'” Barbara Borchers said.

The lawsuit is no mistake. But it starts with one – made by the title company the Borchers hired to handle their sale in 2003.

[TBO]

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One Response to “CAVEAT EMPTOR: Deed typo haunts couple in foreclosure suit years after they sold”

  1. scarednearlystiff says:

    Help please. Is it known which Title company? I wonder if the same one involved here.

    I think basically this is happening to me. My deceased husband’s loan they refuse to discuss with me yet they are coming after me and it has been brutal. Title company said to be out of business!

    Money for lawyers? No, as with the video here posted.

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