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(Fox 2 St. Louis)   Not news: Bank forecloses on woman's house after she misses her payment. Still not news: She missed the payment because she died. Fark: Six years ago   (fox2now.com) divider line 18
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2014-03-08 09:09:28 AM
Another one?  And we thought Detroit was dangerous.
 
2014-03-08 10:09:19 AM
6 years?  My bank calls BEFORE the payment is due, and we've never been late.  Time to refinance.
 
2014-03-08 10:13:07 AM
Not a friend in the world. What a way to go.
 
2014-03-08 10:14:31 AM

Radak: Another one?  And we thought Detroit was dangerous.


It appears to be the same one.  Probably a redundant repetition.
 
2014-03-08 10:16:44 AM
Outrage?
 
2014-03-08 10:16:57 AM
Was this related to the other lady in Pontiac who died six years ago and was found in the back of her own car?
 
2014-03-08 10:17:18 AM
 
2014-03-08 10:18:34 AM

lordjupiter: 6 years?  My bank calls BEFORE the payment is due, and we've never been late.  Time to refinance.


Do you have your loan through Chase? My payment is due on the 15th and I start getting calls on about the 7th of the month. Never been late either.
 
2014-03-08 10:21:23 AM
Heartless bastards. That house could have been used by the community as a meth lab or a crack whore house!

This is why everybody should have a will, a living will or a death panel. If you die intestate, the property will go to the wrong people, possibly even your rotten family. If you become disabled and can't fend for yourself, you may be kept in a state of agony or half-life for years. I hates banks! You should never give them a penny, because that's more than you'll get from them in a year.

That's what I said every time I found a penny on the sidewalk: there's more than I'll get from a banker in a year.
 
2014-03-08 10:21:59 AM
She traveled to Germany a lot and was probably gassed in her garage.
 
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2014-03-08 10:23:12 AM

I AM THE GOAT: lordjupiter: 6 years?  My bank calls BEFORE the payment is due, and we've never been late.  Time to refinance.

Do you have your loan through Chase? My payment is due on the 15th and I start getting calls on about the 7th of the month. Never been late either.


Isn't the default date the 1st of the month?  There might be a "glitch" where you can change the due date, but they call thinking it's late??
Just speculatin'.
 
2014-03-08 10:26:27 AM
Kind of the opposite of this.
 
2014-03-08 10:27:13 AM

Abox: Kind of the opposite of this.


Oh wait it's the same story...wtf
 
2014-03-08 10:27:30 AM

lordjupiter: 6 years?  My bank calls BEFORE the payment is due, and we've never been late.  Time to refinance.


I often wonder. I'll give you the benefit of doubt and assume you didn't read the article.

But sometimes I think, some people must have, but are just really dense.
 
2014-03-08 10:29:52 AM
A finance company's wet dream.....

A customer nobody cares enough about to check up on, has payments directly taken from a bank account, AND they get the house when the dead person defaults because the account is finally empty.
 
2014-03-08 10:33:33 AM
The poor family. Losing identical twins. First one died in her garage. Now another.
 
2014-03-08 10:36:10 AM
Even if she didn't receive any mail from her bank and other businesses or from any friends because she had auto debit and received electronic statements to her email and didn't have any family or friends, what happens when one's mailbox or PO Box gets filled to the brim with junk mail addressed to resident? Mine would be completely filled in a month or two. What happens then? Does the post office just start returning all the undelivered mail back to sender? Maybe she didn't have a mailbox or PO Box?
 
2014-03-08 10:41:55 AM

drgloryboy: Even if she didn't receive any mail from her bank and other businesses or from any friends because she had auto debit and received electronic statements to her email and didn't have any family or friends, what happens when one's mailbox or PO Box gets filled to the brim with junk mail addressed to resident? Mine would be completely filled in a month or two. What happens then? Does the post office just start returning all the undelivered mail back to sender? Maybe she didn't have a mailbox or PO Box?


When I moved into my current apartment, it apparently had been empty for at least a few months, and the mailbox was stuffed full of junk mail.  I'm thinking the post office would just stop delivering when there's no more space in the box.  And since this woman apparently traveled for long stretches of time, she probably had a PO box or some arrangement with the post office regarding her mail.
 
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