Ben Hallman: Banks Keep Breaking Into Houses, And Homeowners Are Fighting Back

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Ben Hallman: Banks Keep Breaking Into Houses, And Homeowners Are Fighting Back

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Ben Hallman: Banks Keep Breaking Into Houses, And Homeowners Are Fighting Back

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Every day in neighborhoods across the country, low-paid workers with little oversight or training decide whether to break into someone else’s home.

They are independent contractors working indirectly for banks, including Wells Fargo, JPMorgan Chase and Bank of America.

Mortgage agreements give these banks the right to enter abandoned properties, even those that are locked up, to secure them against the ravages of weather and to perform other simple repairs. But the contractors they hire to do this work sometimes force their way into houses and condominiums that are still occupied by their owners, changing out locks and removing what they find inside, including family heirlooms and other valuables.

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One Response to “Ben Hallman: Banks Keep Breaking Into Houses, And Homeowners Are Fighting Back”

  1. cindy says:

    Our lives are ruined. Now, everytime I hear that one of these slimeballs “will vigorously defend” all I can think about is hand jobs. Which is probably what they do in thier spare time.

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