CAPE CORAL, Fla. - Bank of America adds insult to injury for a woman who lost her home after she thought she had made a deal with the bank to keep it.
Nicole DePuy moved out of her home at the end of July after a battle to keep her home. She thought she had come to an agreement with Bank of America to modify the loan on her Cape Coral home. Even though she started making the payments in March, the bank sold her home anyway!
Still, she kept making the payments and tried to fight for her home in court...but with no luck. DePuy had to move out at the end of July even though she had made months of trial modification payments.
Now, to add further insult to her injury, she received a packet in the mail from Bank of America saying they needed some more information to make her modification complete.
The letter was sent ten days after she had already moved out of her home.
"honestly I laughed. I mean this is just more proof that they have no communication within their company," Depuy told WINK NEWS, "This is just proof the right hand does not know what the left is doing. They have too many people involved in loans. I have mentioned before I never spoke to the same person twice over two years. They don't communicate... as this shows."
DePuy has hired an attorney to pursue legal action against Bank of America.