Charlie and Maria Cardoso pleaded with Bank of America to not foreclose on their home in Florida, but the bank said there was nothing that could be done. So, the bank foreclosed on the property, forced out the tenants, stripped the house, and changed the locks.
There was just one small, little, tiny, almost insignificant problem… the Cardosa’s owned the home free and clear. Bank of America had no mortgage on the home. They meant to foreclose on a home down the street… the numbers on a court document were wrong. But they went ahead and did it anyway, even after repeatedly being told by the Charlie and Maria Cardosa that they were wrong and that they had no right to throw out their tenants and take their belongings.