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getsit
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06:16 PM on 01/12/2010
BofA SHOULD be liable for all repairs and also the inconvenience the family experienced. The person that entered their home should be charged with breaking and entering. Afterall, there was no reason for him to be there, as the bank didn't own the property and there was no lien..

You would think BofA would be so tired of all the bad publicity they've been given over the past year that they would bend over backwards to make these people happy.

NOTHING smells worse than rotten fish.
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roninroshi
06:13 PM on 01/12/2010
These "To Big to Fail" banks are beyond the law...our gov't needs to get something done to control their predatory behavior.
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Corners
06:34 PM on 01/12/2010
Yup. Not sure why now in history are companies to big to fail. Break em up.
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07:17 PM on 01/12/2010
I so agree with you and I really can't get with and I'm tired of hearing excuses. Fire them all, lock them out of their offices. Send myself and a few other huff post readers to do the job. It would be a pleasure to perform that service for our country. Can we also have the paps outside their residences that morning? The look on their faces when their car does not arrive (at all, ha ha) should make for priceless video.
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Janney
08:54 PM on 01/12/2010
The government definately needs to break these big banks up as thery are hurting our country and our economy. We will not get out of this hole we are in until these greedy bankers start behaving like human beings.
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Donnat
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10:58 PM on 01/12/2010
Prosecuting some of these crooks would be a nice start.