Woman loses home over $68 Dental Bill
at 8:14AM, May 23, 2008
Sonya Capri Ramos says her Salt Lake City home was sold out from under her in 1996 to pay a collections agency seeking payment for dental work performed on one of Ramos's daughters. And despite the fact that she had made three years of payments on a $51,000 mortgage, the title changed hands for just $1,550 at a sheriff's auction.
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heh, pay your bills… ;)
One has to wonder though, that company bought her house for only $1500 something. Obviously that wasn't a very open process or they wouldn't have got it so cheap. For that much she could have bought it in the auction herself.
Certainly another one of your injustices Kyupol. Are you on a crusade now? :)
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Whoa. Thank god we have the NHS over here. It may take weeks for that life saving operation, but at least your not dead and homeless.
Hur hur NHS jokes hur hur
Hey buddy, you should be a Russian Cosmonaut, and here's why.
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