The could always do what I did when they kept calling me -Steve
The Huffington Post | By James Sunshine
How many phone calls is too many? For one elderly couple, roughly 75 per week.
JPMorgan Chase allegedly called John and Anna Canaday 15 to 75 times a week between 2009 and 2012, claiming they were at risk of losing their home to foreclosure, according to a lawsuit filed by the couple earlier this month. The Canadays, both over 65 years old, claim they aren’t late on their mortgage payments (h/t: Courthouse News).
“It defies logic what seems to be happening here,” James McKiernan, the Canaday’s attorney, told The Huffington Post. “They brought in letters and dunning notices and it just continues. As I see it, they are fully current on all their obligations.”
The lawsuit alleges that the couple met with their local District Attorney and, with the DA’s advice, sent a cease and desist letter to the bank. Though the bank acknowledged that they received the letter, the harassment continued, according to the lawsuit.
JPMorgan Chase did not respond to multiple requests for comment.