Jackbooted Thugs Break Into Occupied Homes, Terrify Residents, Lawsuits Say

“A review of court records by The Huffington Post turned up more than 50 homeowner lawsuits against banks and the two largest property management contractors in the U.S., Safeguard Properties and Lender Processing Services, stemming from break-ins of occupied homes.”

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Bank Contractors Break Into Occupied Homes, Terrify Residents, Lawsuits Say

It usually happens when homeowners are at work or out of town.

In Clawson, Mich., Nancy Cox returned home to find her possessions in the front yard, smashed with a sledgehammer, and a chalk drawing of a clown face on her garage with the tagline, “another job well done.”

For Kenneth and Margaret Karpa in Pittsburgh, china and photos of their daughter were damaged. Missing belongings included a coin collection and the family cat.

In Kansas City, Allen Danforth discovered his elderly parents’ furnishings — tables, chairs, family heirlooms — gone.

These homeowners allege in separate lawsuits that a contractor hired by a major bank to preserve abandoned properties against damage, mistakenly entered their homes while they were still occupied. In most cases, it appears that the contractor, known as a property inspector or property preserver, broke in after ignoring obvious signs of occupation: lights turned on, grass mowed and homes fully furnished.

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8 Responses to “Jackbooted Thugs Break Into Occupied Homes, Terrify Residents, Lawsuits Say”
  1. Learning2 says:

    Seems the Property Inspectors working for Wells Fargo and/or Wachovia Mortgage are burning through their inspectors. They drive their own cars and were getting paid $2.50 out of the $20.00 fee charged to the Homeowner.

    I guess they figured they needed to take action. They have a new inspector around these here parts. He just graduated college, doesn’t know what’s going on in the economy, didn’t know that Banks were having any issues/problems.

    BUT, they increased Inspector’s pay all the way up to $3.00!!!

    I did refer the young lad to ZeroHedge.Com and Max Keiser. He made note of the sites in his iPhone. I also told him he was contributing to the problem by working for such low fees. In 2005 they were paying Realtors $35 to do these inspections.

    Seems all has gone down the same line as every other professional (and non-professional field) job. Appraisers were paid $275 average per job, then $250, then $225 and all the way down to $75 per job. All this within 3 years! Yep. This started in 1989 and went down the sewer.

    9/11…and I saw the big picture. I was watching and participating but didn’t put it together until 9/11. Clear View – no, not the media corp…lol!

    yep. i be awake for a while now. tried to help others. still trying.

    Take care. Build your community. Befriend your neighbors. Build your network. It won’t all work out with everyone, but it will be much better than standing alone.

    Warmest regards…

  2. J. Alonzo says:

    44 magnum?

  3. Lynn stringas says:

    They broke into my home 3x did so much damage that I had to short sale the home. I couldn’t fix the damage. I am going to settle with them, but Wells Fargo and Corelogic are disgusting. Please press charges if this happens! Even if you don’t win in regular court, you have this for your civil suit. It is the only thing that the judge whom is dealing with my law suits has allowed me to win. It is important to let people know that we aren’t animals because we have had problems! We have rights too!!!!!

  4. Collene says:

    Our home of 24 yrs was vacant because of Toxic Mold but we were never in arrears. We were victims of an illegal foreclosure which no money ever switched hands. The guilty party then painted over the Black Toxic Mold and when I brought it to the attention of the building inspector the house was sold for cash and there was no mention of the Toxic Mold.

    • MARGETTA LANGLOIS PRO.SE says:

      I’D TELL THEM LET THEM GO AFER SELLER , PAY-BCK’S A BITCH, DO A LAWSUIT

      EVERYTHING’S SO CROOKED

      JUDGE’S ARE BREAKIN THE LAWS, RETIRING EARLY BEFORE THEY ARE CAUGHT

      I BET YOU HAD G.R.P. LOANS L.L.C, G.R.P. FINANCIAL SERVICES CORP. SELECT, D.L.J.

      MORTGAGE CAPITAL INC, FREEMONT ? PLEASE CALL IF YOU DID. THANKS.WE’RE IN FLORIDA.

  5. Tee says:

    Well…….I believe these Thugs will break into the wrong house someday….hehe……and there will be a few less Thugs available to the banks………..

  6. Wayne Lewis says:

    I often get razzed by friends about calling out the ignorance of others…..that I am being judgmental. There are some things that are obviously wrong…and Congress and the local authorities are aware of these actions..or are they just ignorant ? I DO tell people that work in a bank I believe they are part of the problem for not disclosing the TRUTH about what a loan is. They look at me like I am crazy. Nuts is as nuts does, I suppose..

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