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Friday, March 08, 2013

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jim

Do not use Bank of America for home mortgage. I did a short sale with a first and second mortgage which were taken out at the time of purchase with Bank of America. They gave us documents stating that the balance was forgiven. For two years we have been getting collections letters trying to collect on the second. I have called them numerous times. They look at their files and agree that I don't owe them anything. They promise to stop the letters. I still get the letters. Anyone else have this problem?

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