Bank of America Exposed Again By Piggybankblog.com

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Piggybankblog.com founder John Wright posted web tracking results for Bank of America on his site. The results show that Bank of America might be afraid of previous release of alleged BofA training camp tapes, while it also shows that BofA accessed piggybankblog.com site 180 times from 20 different location! Results will show what pages BofA seemed more interested in, as well as what keywords they typed before landing on piggybankblog.com

Wright said: "There is going to be some mighty red faces at Bank of America! My name is John Wright and I AM FIGHTING BACK!

November 6th, 2010: Founder of Piggybankblog.com John Wright is announcing the release of data that clearly might prove that Bank of America is a little more than potentially concerned about the release of alleged BofA training tapes, personal recordings and authorized phone recordings posted at piggybankblog.com. The site has posted the results of a tracking system that was used to track the movements of Bank of America, while BofA visited piggybankblog.com.

After representing John Wright for 13 months in his quest to negotiate with his lender Bank of American and its subsidiary Countrywide Home Loans, Inc., United Law Group filed a lawsuit against the bank for breaches of contract, violation of state and federal laws, and the distress caused to Mr. Wright by the allegedly unscrupulous and dishonest actions and misrepresentations made by the bank.

United Law Group filed a complaint (case number 1-10-CV-166846) on March 18, 2010 in the Superior Court of the State of California, County of Santa Clara, against Bank of America and its subsidiary CountrywideHome Loans, Inc. for breaches of contractual obligations, violation of the Restatement (Second) of Contracts Section 205, emotional distress, and violation of California Business and Professions Code Section 17200, just to have it moved to Federal court (case number 5:10-CV-01723JF) on July 16, 2010.

This case states that though John Wright qualified for a mortgage modification under the Federal Home Affordable Modification Program (“HAMP”), he was denied access to the government-sponsored plan.
“At one point a bank representative told me that I had nothing to worry about because I’d done everything right,” said Mr. Wright. “I satisfied the financial terms of the trial modification and submitted the required documentation before the August 2, 2009 deadline, but Bank of America still sent a Notice of Intent to Accelerate.”

The results of the tracking system are posted at John’s daily blog at piggybankblog.com showing:

1. What Bank of America location signed into the site.
2. How many times each location signed into the site.
3. What keywords Bank of America typed into google
4. How long Bank of America was on the site
5. What pages Bank of America looked at on the site.

Written by Piggybankblog PR Agent: John Sanchez
Contact: piggybankblog(at)earthlink(dot)net

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