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Estero retiree suing bank after surprise foreclosure

nbc-2.com | March 5, 2015

By Trent Kelly

ESTERO - A retired policeman got the surprise of his life when he returned from vacation and found his Estero home locked up and a foreclosure sign out front.

But he says he wasn't behind on his mortgage payments. Now he's suing the bank and the company who he says broke into his home to chain up his doors.

It all happened last November when 66-year-old Mike Tomasovick, a retired Chicago police officer, received a call from one of his neighbors while he was out of town.

"Asked me what was going on with the house because there's a sign in your window saying the house is vacant and unsecure," he said.

Knowing he was up to date on his payments, Tomasovich immediately contacted his mortgage lender - Fifth Third Bank.

"Fifth third said they got some sort of complaint that the house was in a state of disrepair, and they sent somebody out to check on it," he said.

That somebody was an employee of a company called "Field Asset Services."

But instead of seeing the clear signs that someone was living there -- like a fully stocked fridge and a fully furnished home -- Tomasovich says the employee chained up his lanai, and posted a sign -- essentially foreclosing on his home.

"I mean, these guys broke into my house. For what reason, I don't know," said Tomasovich.

As a result, Tomasovich and his attorney filed suit against Fifth Third Bank and Field Asset Services -- claiming both were negligent and damaged Tomasovich's reputation.

"A bank never has the authority to enter anyone's home, barring a court order or something else," said attorney Harris Katz.

"I just want to stop them from doing this stuff," said Tomasovich. "They can't do these things. I mean, you just can't break into somebody's house."

Field Asset Services tells us they are not commenting on this case publicly and our calls to Fifth Third Bank were never returned.

 

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