Pleasanton Family Needs Your Help in Fighting Bank of America
Original post made by Kasee on Dec 5, 2012
Our friends, Brad and Joan Zetterlund, have been fighting Bank of America for over three years for their home. They just stopped the second wrongful foreclosure process on their house.
This is the beginning of their story in their own words:
Here is our story: Brad and Joan Zetterlund 4673 Canary Dr, Pleasanton, CA
• In 2009, while in the middle of a simple refinance, the loan principle is doubled.
• Although numerous attempts were made, no one at Bank of America would fix this balance.
• Instead of fixing the balance, they stamped our loan foreclosed.
• On August 10th, 2010 we received a call from Bank of America telling us that ou
r home of 16 years would be sold on the steps of the Alameda County Courthouse. They claimed that they had been talking to our attorney, Mr. Anthony, numerous times the week before WE DON'T KNOW A MR. ANTHONY.
• 1 hour after our home of 16 years was sold, the investor who had purchased our home was on our front porch, with a 3 day eviction notice. We were in complete shock and could hardly breathe, sleep or eat for months. ( We ended up paying this investor $12,000 so they would not evict us from our home while we battled Bank of America)
Please visit their Facebook page to find out more details: Web Link
Then SHARE THE PAGE with your friends. All this family wants is the correct mortgage!
on Dec 5, 2012 at 5:48 pm
God bless you both Brad and Joan Zetterlund.
on Dec 5, 2012 at 10:26 pm
I dunno. So the story is that "In the middle of a simple refinance, the loan principal is doubled." That's it? No further explanation of what happened? The loan amount was just suddenly and wrongfully doubled by the Bank of America without your knowledge? I feel that some important information is being left out here.
on Dec 5, 2012 at 10:36 pm
I hope the Zetterlunds find a resolution that resolves their mortgage problems. I would like nothing better than to find out that BofA had worked out a satisfactory resolution with them.
Bank of America is the absolute WORST at resolving mortgage problems. You would think they would be concerned about the negative publicity -- But, no, they keep on stomping honest citizens into the mud, with total disregard for the negative press they receive. A.P.Giannini must be spinning 5000 rpm's in his grave.
Bank of America managers and employees, aren't you the least bit embarassed at how your employer treats these customers?