West Virginia Repo Company Sent To Wrong House

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West Virginia Repo Company Sent To Wrong House

West Virginia Repo Company Sent To Wrong House

Many of the lawsuits involved two of the country’s largest property management firms, Cleveland-based Safeguard Properties and Lender Processing Services, headquartered in Jacksonville, Fla.


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Going to the wrong house and repossessing everything inside has to be one of the biggest mistakes a repo company can make.

When Nikki Bailey, a former teacher living in West Virginia, returned to her home in the small town of Logan after visiting a friend at the hospital on Aug. 6, she found a big red truck backed up to the house. The driver said she had been foreclosed on and all her possessions were at the dump, according to the Logan Banner.

“Everything was gone,” Bailey told area news outlet WSAZ. “Living room furniture, my Marshall diploma, my high school diploma, my pictures — my history. I was teacher of the year. All of that stuff is gone — certificates from that. It’s all gone.”

[HUFFINGTON POST]

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