CALIFORNIA – Bank of America fined $45 million for ‘brazen’ and ‘heartless’ actions

Consumer Affairs:  Bank of America fined $45 million for ‘brazen’ and ‘heartless’ actions
“… three-day eviction notice reversed”  then “…another unwelcome surprise, as their home owner’s association had fined them $20,000 for dead landscaping.”
By Christopher Maynard
March 30, 2017

Bank of America will face a $45 million fine for its alleged treatment of a California couple, which a bankruptcy judge called both “brazen” and “heartless.”

Though the bank has not yet appealed the decision, spokesman Rick Simon said on Tuesday that the decision is “unprecedented and unsupported,” though he does admit that “regrettably, the customers had a challenging experience,”  according to the Wall Street Journal. Read more:

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