This madness needs to stop. It’s one thing for these pretender lenders to take properties through illegal foreclosures. Now they are maliciously breaking and entering into any homes they wish with disregard of the laws. No better than common criminals…
December 21, 2009
LAS VEGAS — A Las Vegas woman says she is the victim of a horrible mistake that has left her with an empty condominium and lots of questions.
Nilly Mauck lived in her condominium for two years and said she never had problem until this week when a series of strange events eventually lead to a company coming into her home and throwing away everything she owned.
As Mauck walks around her dark and now empty condo she can’t help but remember how things use to look. Every room in the home is empty and Mauck says the reason for it is a mistake of address numbers. Her address is 1157 which is close to 1156 a condo that is in foreclosure. A few weeks ago the foreclosed home was suppose to get locks changed but Mauck says that’s not what happened.
“I came home to pick up something and there was a note on my door from the Brenkus Team of Keller and Williams Realty stating that they accidentally re-keyed the wrong door,” she said.
It was a problem Mauck thought was fixed until she came home to find a man going into her home. Mauck says everything in her home was missing.
She says she later learned her home had been “trashed out” a process done to foreclosures where everything left inside is thrown away. Mauck says she contacted the Brenkus Team.
Mauck is now staying with friends because she doesn’t want to go back to her condo. “I do not feel secure because I know someone has access to my door.”
“I said give me $100,000 to $200,000 to replace my things because it will take time and that is being generous and they said okay that is too much she called me that day and told me they were only willing to give me $5,000.”
“My clothes, my wedding dress, baby pictures, wedding photos, my dishes, my towels, my jewelry, anything you could possibly have in your house.”I kept asking them where did you take my things because I was ready to go and dumpster dive, and they had no answer for me.”
8 News Now attempted to contact the Brenkus Team about this story and they told said legal council has advised them not to make a statement at this time. 8 News Now also tried to contact the cleaning company involved and they also want to wait to respond until after they contact their attorney.