Local couple foreclosing on Bank of America appears on 'Daily Show'

“Daily Show” correspondent John Oliver interviews Warren and Maureen Nyerges of Golden Gate Estates to tell what he says is the single greatest story he's ever heard: The couple foreclosed on Bank of America.

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“Daily Show” correspondent John Oliver interviews Warren and Maureen Nyerges of Golden Gate Estates to tell what he says is the single greatest story he's ever heard: The couple foreclosed on Bank of America.

“Daily Show” correspondent John Oliver, right, interviews Warren Nyerges of Golden Gate Estates to tell what he says is the single greatest story he's ever heard: Nyerges foreclosed on Bank of America.

“Daily Show” correspondent John Oliver, right, interviews Warren Nyerges of Golden Gate Estates to tell what he says is the single greatest story he's ever heard: Nyerges foreclosed on Bank of America.

When Bank of America tried to foreclose on Warren and Maureen Nyerges' fully-paid, Golden Gate Estates home last year, it was a mistake that was widely reported on.

When the couple's attorney arrived at a Bank of America branch in early June with Collier County Sheriff’s deputies, a moving company and a court writ permitting them to seize furniture and cash to recoup fees in the case, it was a last alternative.

And, last night, it made the "Daily Show" on Comedy Central.

The local story was featured in a lengthy segment on the “Daily Show” as correspondent John Oliver tells what he says is the single greatest story he's ever heard.

Here is a link to the clip from Monday night’s “Daily Show” program: www.thedailyshow.com/watch/mon-august-8-2011/the-forecloser

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