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Does any one know the address or fax number to file a complaint against bank of america, that some one will actually answer




Have you tried "Contact Us" thru their website??

Sub: #1 posted on Sat, 07/18/2009 - 15:50

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File a complaint with the Office of Comptroller of the Currency. That will get their attention.

Sub: #2 posted on Sun, 07/19/2009 - 12:27

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Many have had responses by using the following there

Bank of America Corporation
Attention Ken Lewis
100 North Tryon Street
Charlotte, North Carolina 28255

Sub: #3 posted on Sun, 07/19/2009 - 18:06

Mary Adkins Matthews Mary Adkins Matthews
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bank of america was suppose to be doing a loan modification for me . They sent me papers to sign and send back to them , the papers was for them to take what payments we was behind on put at the end of our note and they raised our payment.

Sub: #4 posted on Mon, 07/27/2009 - 07:11

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[COLOR=black]I have written the CEO of Bank of America at[/COLOR]
[COLOR=black] Mr. Kenneth D. Lewis, CEO of BA, [/COLOR][COLOR=black]
[/COLOR][COLOR=black]100 N. Tryon Street[/COLOR][COLOR=black]
[/COLOR][COLOR=black]Mail Code NC-1-007-18-01[/COLOR][COLOR=black]
[/COLOR][SIZE=3][COLOR=black]Charlotte[/COLOR][COLOR=black], NC 28255[/COLOR][COLOR=black] [/COLOR][/SIZE]
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[/COLOR][COLOR=black]because of the way this company and some customer service representatives handled the credit reporting of my Short Sale and the way they actually show our 2nd mortgage as active in their system. I have asked him in my letter to remove the 2nd mortgage as shown in their system as active because my house was short sold already on July 9, 2008. One of the conditions in the short sale is that there is no deficiency judgment against us for both 1st and 2nd mortgage and that is included in the escrow papers and was also confirmed via email by their negoatiator, Adam Herson on June 4, 2008 . Per teller of Bank of America in San Diego we still have this Mortgage showed as active. Per Shawn of BA with direct line of 800 669 6607 ext 8753, this 2nd Mortgage still shows active., was referred to the Negotiator Adam Herson who is now a Manager on November 11, 2009 but never returned the call. Can I sue Bank of America for fulfilling the terms of condition at closing? [/COLOR][COLOR=black]

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Sub: #5 posted on Mon, 11/23/2009 - 15:05

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There is a fine line regarding short sales. Most times when you are negotiating a short sale the second mortgage is not included. It is especially true if you are dealing with two different lenders. What you need to know is if BOA agreed to release you from the debt, or just release the mortgage. If they only agreed to release the mortgage, then you are still responsible for the debt. It's just that the bank at that point can't take anything from you. You can't rely on emails, you have to look at what the written short sale agreement said. .

Sub: #6 posted on Mon, 11/23/2009 - 17:43

Mary Adkins Matthews Mary Adkins Matthews
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Ken Lewis does not care

Sub: #7 posted on Sat, 02/13/2010 - 07:40

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There is a new Bank Of America CEO Brian Moynihan and the above post is an old one. If you make a complaint to the CEO, it will go to someone there in his office that should contact you.

Sub: #8 posted on Sat, 02/13/2010 - 19:20

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[FONT=Arial][SIZE=2]The current raid on law firms representing people in modifications, is a way to deflect the press from reporting what is really going on. Which is the abusive modification process that is taking place by BofA and other too big to fail banks. Let's face it, the elephant in the room is not the American Dream concerning health care, but the American nightmare concerning the loan modification process. It is OUTRAGEOUS, considering that they have received a bail out from the American Tax Payer, who is also the average American Home Owner. After receiving a bail out in the billions from the American people, these banks have the audacity to h[/SIZE][/FONT]arass[FONT=Arial][SIZE=2], delay and humiliate us during the loan modification process called HAMP. How long do these banks think that the American people will tolerate this? One of the BofA representatives even went as far as telling me that the government can not tell them what to do. I found this strange, because I never mentioned the government with the BofA representative. So, I can not help but feel that BofA is bitter and is taking it out on those of us seeking a loan modification. It is also readily apparent, that BofA feels that they only have to meet their obligation to the government by CONSIDERING a loan modification with zero accountability. It is time that we make BofA accountable!

BofA knows very well that the average homeowner requesting a modification does not have the funds to represent themselves legally. So, the FBI raiding one of the largest and most reputable law firms, will only serve these banks potential agenda. An agenda that might be to scare any law firms from representing the people. This current action by the FBI is not the solution, but a symptom of the over all problem. It is also blurring the lines in regards to who the real bad guys are. It will also further delay the process of reputable law firms like United Law Group from filing legitimate law suits. In retrospect, United Law Group is not only helping me represent myself in this law suit, but every American who is going through the loan modification process.
So please, help me and United Law Group send a message to BofA which states, that we will no longer tolerate their potentially irregular, fraudulent and abusive business practices. In the end, the American tax payer did not fail to deliver the BofA bail out in record time, but BofA failed to deliver the American Tax Payer’s bail out in the form of a loan modification. It reminds me of that song by John Lennon and
[/SIZE][/FONT][SIZE=3]George Harrison [/SIZE][FONT=Arial][SIZE=2]titled "[/SIZE][/FONT]Piggies[FONT=Arial][SIZE=2]" I invite you to listen to this song on youtube and see if it appropriately fits.

God bless,
John Wright
Tax Payer and Home Owner
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Sub: #9 posted on Thu, 03/25/2010 - 19:18

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[FONT=Arial][SIZE=2] Let's face it, the elephant in the room is not the American Dream concerning health care, but the American nightmare concerning the loan modification process. It is OUTRAGEOUS, considering that they have received a bail out from the American Tax Payer, who is also the average American Home Owner. After receiving a bail out in the billions from the American people, these banks have the audacity to h[/SIZE][/FONT]arass[FONT=Arial][SIZE=2], delay and humiliate us during the loan modification process called HAMP.

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AMEN to that
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Sub: #10 posted on Fri, 03/26/2010 - 15:59

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