Tuesday, August 09, 2011

Naples attorney who foreclosed on Bank of America gets face time on the Daily Show

I don't know how I missed this when it happened back in June, but Monday's Daily Show's retold the great story (above) of a Naples attorney who exacted sweet revenge from the Bank of America.

Here's the back story from the Fort Myers News-Press.
It was a foreclosure defendant’s revenge fantasy.

Two burly Collier County sheriff’s deputies and a homeowner’s attorney strode into the Bank of America branch on Davis Boulevard in Naples with a court order and an ultimatum for Manager Erich Fahrner.

Fahrner’s choice: Write out a check for $2,534 in attorney’s fees for the couple wrongfully slapped with a foreclosure lawsuit by the bank, or a William C. Hoff Storage moving crew waiting outside would start hauling out furniture to be sold at public auction.

“I’m leaving the building with either cash, a check or a whole lot of furniture,” attorney Todd Allen said just before walking in.

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