Originally posted by 4nsicphd
Originally posted by Jean Paul Zodeaux
It seems to me this case goes well beyond tort law and civil suits, and has ventured into criminal law, and the couple should go to the Sheriff's
Department and file a verified complaint, for illegal trespass, theft of property, and obstruction of justice.
And when they lose b ecause it really is a civil case of trespass, conversion and abuse of process,n BoA sues them and wins. Better avice is for
everyone reading this thread who has any deposits in BoA, pull them, and loudly tell the branch manager why.
Based on the facts of the article it is not anything close to a case that B of A could win, let alone turn around and sue the couple who have been
victimized by that bank and the cowardice shown by your remark is intolerable. It is fine to advise what you have but I have news for you, I stopped
doing business with banks years ago, so you people are behind the times, way behind the times.
If this couple paid for their house with cash, and paid in full, then B of A had no authority, no excuse, and justification what-so-ever to
"foreclose" on this couple and their actions were criminal, and it is outrageous that someone would suggest this couple should not do the proper
thing and have justice put in because of their own personal cynical view that people are helpless and slaves to corporate masters. Please! This
couple should do their duty as free people and have these thieves put in jail, then sue them for all they can get.
The money this couple would get in a civil suit would go a long way in easing the suffering that was caused but it would hardly be noticeable at all
to the criminal B of A, but have people imprisoned for this action, and that will get noticed! That will send a clear and strong message to these
criminal banking institutions that their criminal activities will not be "settled" out of court, they will not be tolerated, and they will be
treated like any other common thief!
[edit on 14-2-2010 by Jean Paul Zodeaux]