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Veteran Gets Mortgage Free House

Veteran Gets Mortgage Free House

Wish we had the address…I’m betting this doesn’t have a clean title …with all the fraud BofA was part of. Sorry to be a downer, but just stating the facts regardless of this outcome.


WJBF-

Memorial Day is a time to reflect on the sacrifice of the men and women who protect our country. One Veteran was given a special “thank you” for his service. News Channel Six’s Dee Griffin is here to tell us about he was honored.

For two years, Bank of America has joined various organizations to give more than a thousand mortgage free houses across the country.

They have given 75 in Georgia alone. The newest recipient was awarded his keys today in Thomson. For him, Operation Homefront was the best mission he has ever accomplished.

[WJBF]

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2 Responses to “Veteran Gets Mortgage Free House”

  1. I am betting the same thing, that this house is a stolen house they gave away, that had a securitized loan allegedly but was never entered into the pool that is Ultra Vires and VOID. The victims that owned it still owns it and may or may not know it. I like seeing people whom deserve gift receive gifts like this, but this time it appears thieves are giving away stolen items. Most likely the title is clouded or QT by fraud.

  2. Elaine says:

    I ageree with Shelley. Notice how BofA did the ‘give away’ just in time for Memorial Day! QT by fraud, how else are they going to stop the displaced family from showing up. Really? This needs to be TWEETED. I’ll bet there will be a huge backlash.

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