Skip to comments.Bank breaks into woman’s home, steals her stuff (Update on the story)
Posted on 07/25/2013 8:59:06 PM PDT by Mad Dawgg
Glenn promised that TheBlaze would continue to cover this story until the bank rectifies the situation.
First National Bank in Wellston, Ohio, I would recommend that you do the right thing. And its really shameful that you have to be shamed into it, and I would recommend that all those who have accounts with the First National Bank in Wellston call the bank and say, What are you doing? I mean, Im doing business with you because youre a local bank. Stop being a dirtbag. Do the right thing. Settle with these people. And if you havent, on Monday were going to do a nice long expose. And then on Tuesday we might even do a longer one. And on Wednesday well do a huge one. And maybe if it takes a couple of weeks, we might be parked in front of your stinkin bank.
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All over this like bird crap on Tonto ...
The OWS freaks saw this and want in, starting their own bank
it works for me.
the “excerpt” link works but the one at the top of the page doesn’t and this makes no sense being the Excerpt link is derived from the required link in the posting page.
Those guys have no idea how to run a business.
When the lady came in and presented a bill for 18,000 if it had been me I would have told her that was much too low a figure considering how stupid the error was and all the trouble it had caused her.
I would have tripled it and groveled before her begging her forgiveness.
To have done otherwise would have interfered with my ability to sleep nights.... but then I’m honest, as are 99.99% of Freepers.
The way I read the story, it wasn't even clear this was her bank or the bank which held her mortgage.
I literally live within "Rock throwing" distance of the bank. I can step out my front door and check their marquee for the Time and Temperature.
The Woman's account was not only NOT in arrears with the First National Bank of Wellston, she has never had an account with them let alone a mortgage.
My thoughts exactly. I could not have found a release letter fast enough.
I’d have gone to the vault and gotten cash in any denomination she wanted.
These people are dopes.
Why hasn’t this become a police matter?
$18,000 would cover our bedroom furniture and our clothes, maybe. Good quality furniture and top-of-the-line Sleep Number beds aren’t cheap.
These people are out of their minds. I’d immediately offer her DOUBLE the value of her stuff if she would sign a non-disclosure, agree to not press criminal charges, and release the bank from future claims, ASAP. They are CRUISIN’ for a brusin’, criminal and civil.
Stupid thing is, the cops said there was no issue, case closed to them.
The nation is corrupt and lawless.
But here is the real rub. Rumor has it her family pictures and heirlooms (Family quilts and furniture handed down from prior generations) were either destroyed or disposed of and can't be recovered AND THE BANK WANTS TO HAGGLE!
If this gets to court those pictures and such are gonna cost the bank tenfold what she was asking for!
Although it would be wrong to “profile” all banking professionals, some I have met do carry quite an attitude. One literally spoke of being able to “buy and sell” people. If I had been a little older and wiser at the time I would have called him on it. An opportunity missed.
they know how to run a crooked bank very well. this bank has a reputation for doing shady crap and taking advantage of bank customers.
Pretty much sounds like a case of burglary. Any reason the fools couldn’t be prosecuted??
Oh it gets better. If you've ever messed with Consumer grade GPS devices the best of them have an average error rate of over 20 feet BUT they get less accurate the closer you get to large structures like...
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the mind boggles st such stupidity!
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