Bank-hired contractors regularly breaking into occupied homes

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Contractors hired by banks to secure and clean up homes routinely break into distressed properties that are still owned by their occupants, The Huffington Post reports. In response, people in more than 31 states have filed more than 250 lawsuits ...

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1. Michael T Pines said... on Oct 2, 2013 at 02:33PM

“Hi,
I am the one who started the homeowner revolt re this.
See: You may have picked up the story today about banks breaking into homes on the Huffington Post.

I also represented Lenny Dykstra.

See: http://getsmartaboutbanks.com/dylan-ratigan-msnbc-fraudclosure-video-with-attorneys-michael-pines-and-matt-weidner/

I have info for you if interested.

Michael T Pines
619-534-9046

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