Bank error costs St. Petersburg man thousands in foreclosure auction gone wrong

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Bank error costs St. Petersburg man thousands in foreclosure auction gone wrong

Bank error costs St. Petersburg man thousands in foreclosure auction gone wrong

WFLA-

With a few clicks of the mouse, Ron McClemore bought a gorgeous, waterfront townhouse on Coquina Key.

He paid $204,000 through a foreclosure auction on the Pinellas County Clerk of Court’s website. Then came the bad news.

He had actually purchased a different property, and he overpaid.

It turns out, the bank listed the address in error on the county website.

Bank of America agreed to refund McClemore his purchase price, but refused to reimburse him for the $3,009 in fees he paid to the clerk to process the wrong deal.

[WFLA]

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