Bank of America will need to pay more than $1 million to a Florida couple for five years of continuously robocalling them despite written and verbal requests to stop, Consumerist reported on Thursday.
When the housing bubble burst, the Tampa, Florida-area couple had difficulty making loan payments on a mortgage from Countrywide, the news website said. The payments doubled after BofA acquired Countrywide and took over the loan.
The bank began robocalling the couple in the spring of 2009 on both their home phones and cellphones, Consumerist said, citing a complaint filed in a U.S. District Court this July.
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