- Report: #690091
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Complaint Review: Monster Mowers
Monster Mowers5127 W.Ave L10 Lancaster, California United States of America
Monster Mowers Matthew Jay Cohick trash cleanout experts, illegal eviction, deutsche bank, field asset services, illegal entry Lancaster, California
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Monster Mowers of Lancaster, California was implicated in a foreclosure eviction clean out of a home that had legally residing tenants on it. They illegally trespassed onto the property, threatened to break into the home and threatened the personal property and safety of one resident. The company was sued over the incident.
Owner Matthew Jay Cohick exhibited the behavior of a loud-mouthed lout and took no responsibility for his illegal actions which are violations of California laws.
He was hired by another company called Field Asset Services, Inc. out of Austin, Texas. They all do the biding of OneWest Bank, IndyMac and Deutsche Bank National Trust Company, who many have cited as being famous for their hideous illegal mortgage fraud, foreclosure fraud and illegal evictions practices.
Field Asset Services (along with Deutsche Bank), it should be mentioned, was also sued by a couple in Michigan for illegal break-in to trash out a property.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 02/02/2011 06:56 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Monster-Mowers/Lancaster-California-/Monster-Mowers-Matthew-Jay-Cohick-trash-cleanout-experts-illegal-eviction-deutsche-bank-690091. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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