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BOA Slammed For Pursuing Nonexistent Debt and Filing False Foreclosure: Judgment for Borrower $204,000

A United States District Court Judge in Florida has ruled that Bank of America damaged a Jacksonville couple by pursuing a nonexistent debt and ordered them to pay $204,000 in damages.

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As Judges catch up to the reality and disabuse themselves of the assumption that the Banks wouldn’t file foreclosure without a good reason to do so and a legally enforceable right to do so, we get more and more decisions like this one.

BOA like the other banks is in pursuit of foreclosures for many reasons. They have no right to foreclosure and the real creditor is being blocked out of the equation. The so-called investor doesn’t even know the foreclosure was filed. And they are contractually stopped from even inquiring, just as the Trustees…

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