2012-09-10 — huffingtonpost.com
One California couple may never be able to retire in peace, courtesy of Wells Fargo.
Subcontractors hired by the bank broke doors, smashed windows and stole valuables while foreclosing on the vacation home of Alvin Tjosaas -- a home he started building for his parents as a 14-year-old in 1961, according to a local ABC affiliate. Even more outrageous: Wells Fargo likely meant to barge into a different home -- Tjosaas’ name wasn’t on the foreclosure notice, enough though the address of his home was.
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