Friday, March 12, 2010

Lunch Special of the Day

A residential foreclosure contractor hired by Bank of America reportedly not only padlocked the wrong house, but confiscated the home owner's pet parrot, Luke.

Earlier this week, The New York Times DealBook section reported that Bank of America has been instructed to shrink as regulators focus on banks that "are too big to fail".

One reader not only rejected Bank of America's denial of the guidance, but commented on the "parrot-napping" as well.
In an unrelated cost savings move, Bank of America has announced that any pets seized in a property foreclosure action will, in the future, be served on the lunch menu in the employees’ cafeteria.

By the way, a traumatized Luke was eventually returned to his owner by the contractor.

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Tags : Bank of America , too big to fail