Bank of America Mortgage Modification Class Action Lawsuit

A class action lawsuit has been filed against Bank of America claiming they wrongly rejected mortgage modification agreements.  Plaintiffs Stacie and Adam Rhodes claim that Bank of America are not honoring their own mortgage modification agreements.  The case is entitled Rhodes v. Bank of America NA, and is pending in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia.

According to the plaintiffs Bank of America rejected their permanent mortgage modification agreement and then foreclosed on their home in July 2017.  Stacie and Adam Rhodes claim they received a letter from BOA stating that the rejection was due to the notary’s printed name and signature was missing on the notary’s middle initial.

Plaintiffs Stacie and Adam Rhodes are being represented by the law firm of Kelly & Crandell PLC (Kristi C. Kelly, Andrew J. Guzzo and Casey S. Nash).  Stacie and Adam Rhodes are seeking award payouts for damages and for Bank of America to honor their loan modifications.

  1. Sydney Conwell

    I was employed by BOA in modification department, as Policy and Producure Manager and was wrongfully terminated because I challenged upper management for not complying to Federal Regulations. Would this class action case include people like myself? Is there anyone that would be interested in my story?

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