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Tom Ogle Coldwell Bankerillegal eviction tactics

ING Direct committed a fraudulent foreclosure on my property. As I was in court litigating the fact that the bank committed multiple disclosure violations, and working to get the loan reinstated thru court action, they convinced Thomas Ogle from Coldwell Banker to commit a crime by having him break into our home and change the locks while we were away. This slimy "realtor", Thomas Ogle, know the property was in litigation, and he know the bank was barred from doing an eviction action thru court. He took it upon himself to skip any notice to vacate/unlawful detainer(eviction) process, and just lock us out of our home. He also illegal convinced our HOA company to not let us in our gated community! Yes the house was in the banks name, but due to pending litigation, the bank couldn't do an eviction to get possession. There needs to be writ of possession issued by the court in order to force us to leave. But this lying, cheating, ### of a realtor has managed to con everyone, cops included, into thinking he has the power to break in and change the locks while the homeowner is away! A criminal complaint will be filed, and this guy, along with whatever bank officer, is going to be behind bars.


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    fanny2256 Sep 27, 2011

    My stepfather passed away, and we couldn't pay our mortgage. Tom Ogle told us we had time to move, then he tried to evict us!

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