Monday, October 31, 2011


There are certain stories that speak for themselves, this one says it all. 

Naturally the EVIL, greedy bastards at Bank of UNamerica  (BOA) are once again the ones who are doing this. This Company simply has a Corporate culture that is so consistently cruel, incompetent, and out of control, that they  should be near the top of your shit list. It appears they are unable to keep themselves out of the daily media, with new stories that exceed their prior deeds in showing their total inept, dysfunctional deeds.

There is literally no limit to how dumb this Bank can be and begs the question why anyone with a choice, would continue banking with them and not move your business away from these vultures of prey.

Soon we will be hearing the usual mantra from public relations at BOA that it was a "misunderstanding, or they decided to reconsider, or whatever the bull shit of the day is. Makes me wonder about all their "misunderstandings" that never make the media , are never corrected, where BOA destroys people's lives, makes them homeless, and
earns huge profits of "blood money".

Remember this house is non existent AND the homeowner has been making regular mortgage payments on it. Watch the video it will explain it all to you, except for the clueless morons at BOA who long ago lost any sense of their being human, rational, and are even unable to fake acting like a real business.

Even those that continue to make payments on a house that no longer exists aren't immune to foreclosure.
Brad Gana, of Seabrook, Texas is being threatened with foreclosure over a home that hasn't existed since it was destroyed by Hurricane Ike in 2008, local Houston 2 News reports. Furthermore, after the hurricane, which cost the Texas shoreline an estimated $11 billion in damages, reduced the property to an empty slab of concrete, Gana alleges he continued to make payments.

When Gana hired a Lawyer to fight BOA, his Lawyer obtained a Court order signed by a Judge forcing BOA to stop their foreclosure against him. What did BOA do in response to that Court order, they ignored it, and then removed all of his posessions that he had stored on his property, in other words they stole everything he owned from him.

In the meantime, Bank of America, the mortgage lender, took out a forced homeowner's policy on the property and raised monthly payments. Gana, however, says he was never notified of the change since his mailbox was destroyed by what's come to be known as the third-most destructive hurricane ever to hit the United States.

The story is only latest public relations mix-up for the company that recently lost its status as the largest bank in the country. It was reported earlier this month that one family, also living in the Houston area, faces foreclosure due to an untransferred title and in spite of making payments on time.

In another case, Bank of America foreclosed on an elderly couple in Pasco County, Florida, in part because they made a payment too early.

But it's not just foreclosures that has people angry at the bank. BOA made a $6.2 billion profit last quarter, after announcing in September that it would start charging customers a $5 fee to use debit cards next year.

The consequent backlash, led in part by the Occupy Wall Street movement, has been so widespread that the bank is among those reconsidering its position on the idea, CNN Money reports.

As for Gana, he says he can't understand why a bank would take out a homeowner's policy on a house that's no longer there, then threaten the homeowner with foreclosure.

"I was shocked when they said they were foreclosing on it," he told Houston 2 News. "Bank of America is ruthless in their incompetency."