JP MORGAN CHASE BREAKS AND ENTERS LIKE A COMMON CRIMINAL?


By: Joel Irving

JP Morgan Chase (through a mortgage company it owns) allegedly victimized a Nigerian couple by unlawfully breaking and entering into the couple's home and stealing everything they owned. They removed family heirlooms, furniture and even food. The egregious actions of EMC Mortgage Corp., and its parent company, JP Morgan Chase are being attributed to a so-called mix-up on a foreclosure action against the previous owners of the house.

EMC Mortgage Corp., and its parent company JP Morgan Chase have apologized to Bobo and Joy Dickson, however the Dicksons are suing Field Asset Services Inc., (who were hired by EMC to do the breaking and entering) for failure to return their property and compensatory damages. (See, Austin American-Statesman)

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