posted on Oct, 20 2011 @ 03:28 AM
Originally posted by Tripnman
The manager was pleasant enough and very direct. After introducing herself she flat out asked "What can we do to change your mind?" "We don't want
to see you go" she emphasized.
Funny how when things are looking bad for them they try to make you feel sympathetic for them..like " Oh, poor BofA. I'm feeling bad for them; I may
change my mind and stay".
Not funny when they caused me to lose my home in Florida when the markets went to hell. I had 150k equity in 2005, had to put it on the market and
move to Washington state because my ex took my infant son and moved to Washington with her family. I also left my 15 yr career in the Sheriff's
Office in FL. As you can see, my children come first and my family is where my priority will always be. My ex got pregnant with my daughter, waited
until I joined the Sheriff's Office in WA and emptied our apartment and moved in with her mom. I was now juggling a 3 bdrm apt in WA and my home in
FL; which had me behind a year in property taxes. After child support started garnishing my paychecks it was impossible for me to catch up but I was
still good because I had time before the tax certificates on my properties could be enforced. (2 yrs behind now) I was getting close to catching up to
pay the property tax (paid 1 yr off), when all of a sudden my mortgage payment went up to where I couldn't afford it.
I called BofA and they said they paid the taxes for me and now I needed to pay the higher mortgage payment.
I pleaded with them and they harassed me more saying that they were also going to send people out to my house and winterize it and other fees that
weren't necessary. I had to give my house away, walking off with 4k when all was done. I told the guy on the phone (I was pissed) that Bof A is going
to go down the tubes and you along with it and to just wait. (That was 2 years ago). I should call him back..lol...maybe reminisce.
Don't let them change your mind people. They are ruthless and would not do the same for you. Take them down! Besides, I make more in the Credit Union
(nothing substantial, but at least they aren't emptying my account when I put money in it; and they always know my name when I go in). I see no
reason that we give these big banks our money and then let them dictate what they are going to do with it. IT'S OURS, we should be telling them what