Federal judge rules Bank of America hurt Jacksonville couple, must pay $204,000

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Federal judge rules Bank of America hurt Jacksonville couple, must pay $204,000

Federal judge rules Bank of America hurt Jacksonville couple, must pay $204,000

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Goodin v. Bank of America, N.A., | USDC, M.D. Florida – FCCPA results in $100,000 punitive against Bank of America – See more at: http://stopforeclosurefraud.com/2015/07/08/goodin-v-bank-of-america-n-a-usdc-m-d-florida-fccpa-results-in-100000-punitive-against-bank-of-america/#sthash.NkIKmJvY.dpuf

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A Jacksonville federal judge has issued a sharp critique of Bank of America in a case involving a Jacksonville couple where the bank mishandled court filings and began a years-long process of trying to collect a non-existent debt and falsely filing for foreclosure.

Bank of America ruined their retirement, Deborah and Ronald Goodin testified, and it may have ruined their marriage, too.

The Goodins, like many American families, made a bad business decision just as the Great Recession began. By 2009, they filed for bankruptcy. They never missed a payment into a bankruptcy trust that was supposed to take care of their mortgage.

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