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Woman’s Life is Thrown in Trash in a Foreclosure Mistake

Nilly Mauck returned home to find everything in her condo had been thrown away in a foreclosure mistake. The condo next door was the one foreclosed on but the trash out team came and cleaned out the wrong condo by mistake, throwing Nilly’s entire life away, jewelry, baby pictures and all.

As of this point the Las Vegas realtors responsible, Rick and Teri Brenkus (brenkus.com), part of Keller Williams Realty, have not stepped up to pay the full replacement value for the items their contractors or workers threw away in error.

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  • Emily

    Good, take them to court. The Brenkus should pay for what they did. Good Luck!

  • jj

    This is why there is a civil court system. BTW, sue not only for your costs, time, and mental stress, but on behalf of each child as well. I hope that you get enough to start their college funds.

    • http://GetOutOfDebt.org Steve Rhode

      Not sure if you heard the latest but representative of the Brenkus realtors offered up photos show how the place was essentially empty before they cleaned it out. The reporter they showed the pictures to said the photos were not even of the same place. Some lawyer in las Vegas is going to take this on a contingency because there will be a big award on this one.

      Steve

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