[VIDEO] Error claims cast doubt on Bank of America foreclosures in Bay Area - Professor Adam Levitin interviewed

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[VIDEO] Error claims cast doubt on Bank of America foreclosures in Bay Area – Professor Adam Levitin interviewed

[VIDEO] Error claims cast doubt on Bank of America foreclosures in Bay Area – Professor Adam Levitin interviewed

Center for Investigative Reporting –

Joji Thomas was desperate to save his home. The San Francisco mechanical engineer sold his car, tapped into his wife’s savings and begged friends for money. In July, to stave off foreclosure, he bought a $27,777.85 cashier’s check and mailed it to Bank of America.

A bank representative acknowledged receiving the check two days later, Thomas said. But the payment went missing later that week and was not applied to his mortgage. Bank of America foreclosed on his home and sold it at auction. He moved out April 13.

“I was forced into this,” he said as he cleared the furniture from his home. “I had no other choice.” 

Thomas is one of thousands of Bay Area homeowners fighting in court to save their homes from a foreclosure system rife with mistakes, mismanagement and even fraud, a joint investigation by the Center for Investigative Reporting and NBC Bay Area has found.

[Center for Investigative Reporting]

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One Response to “[VIDEO] Error claims cast doubt on Bank of America foreclosures in Bay Area – Professor Adam Levitin interviewed”

  1. Sarah says:

    Another crime scene, unbelievable.

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