- Report: #977669
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Complaint Review: Bank of America
Bank of AmericaInternet United States of America
Bank of America Forces Homeowners into Default by Not Allowing to Make Payment Internet
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I contacted Flood Zone Correction and found out what I already knew. My address was declared to NOT be in a Flood zone (by FEMA) since 2004.
In the meantime they have been sending me 2 Fed Ex Overnight letters for 3 months almost daily with paid return overnight Fed Ex Envelopes.
They try to throw me into a loan re modification every September and either wont accept payment or withhold it in escrow.
I am sure there are hundred of thousands like me and I don't understand why they have not been stopped form these egregious practices.
Today I got my maps and letter from Flood Zone Correction. They have not accepted a payment from me since September. Why isn't anyone doing anything about this? If they are doing this to me. They are doing it to many others.
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