mason coal burner wrote:This is exactly what my morgage company did to me . They can have the house good luck to them . Hopefully the house of cards is coming down .
dcrane wrote:Ive long said that I believe Bank of America to be the MOST outrageous fee's, fingerprinting, gougers their are... but this one takes the cake!
The problem is they are so large and so wealthy nothing will happen to them
mozz wrote:I've had no problem with Bank of America,(knocking on wood so loud the woodpeckers are circling the house) less than 10 years to go, 4.25% 15 year mortgage, loan was originally Countrywide home loans and they got bought out i guess a few years back.
I'm On Fire wrote:They should've been allowed to collapse. Now they CEO is rolling around in the piles of cash that the American people gave to him.
Richard S. wrote:I'm On Fire wrote:They should've been allowed to collapse. Now they CEO is rolling around in the piles of cash that the American people gave to him.
I still don't agree with TARP becsue there has to be consequences for failure but they have paid nearly all the money back with interest.
Richard S. wrote:As of December according to CNN the TARP program is in the black as far as the banks went: