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Couple Uses Music Video To Embarrass Bank Of America Into Closing On Their Loan

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Bank of America has been notoriously slow in getting borrowers into mortgage loan modifications over the last few years, losing paperwork, running borrowers in circles, and then resorting to foreclosure fraud to push borrowers out of their homes. And as it turns out, it's not only loan modifications that the bank can't keep straight. As Eamon Murphy laid out at Daily Finance, one couple needed to cut a music video mocking the bank in order to finally get BofA to close on its mortgage after a more than two month delay:
Ken and Meredith Williams' humorous music video, the centerpiece of a no-holds-barred social media campaign waged against Bank of America (BAC), convinced the bank to finally close on the couple's mortgage -- despite the lyric, born of frustration with a 72-day waiting period, "Don't let anybody tell you you're too big to fail/Cause you belong in jail."

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