Tampa retiree says he lost belongings in foreclosure blunder - St. Petersburg Times
Santiago's attorney, J. Scott Murphy, said in the complaint that agents from Field Asset Services were hired by Countrywide Home Loans to carry out janitorial and cleanup services to a condominium next door — at 4255 W Humphrey St.
Santiago lives in a single-family home at 4205 W Humphrey St.
In the fall of 2009, when Santiago and his son, Benjamin Santiago Jr., returned to the northwest Tampa home after spending time in New Mexico, they discovered a big sign posted on the house that read Field Asset Services.
The locks were changed and a padlock was left on the front door. Everything was gone.
This is another bogus foreclosure outrage situation. Wrong house. They took everything he had, including the photos of his dead wife. And the attorney for the people who did this of course denies any wrongdoing.
Thanks to Mystery Reader for the link.