Attorney gets another $3,000 from Bank of America for bad foreclosure

The Naples attorney who “foreclosed” on a Bank of America branch last week will receive another check from the lending giant, this time for his own fees in the case.

Todd Allen, of Naples firm Conrad Willkomm, said the bank has agreed to pay $3,000 for his representation of Warren and Maureen Nyerges, the Naples couple who asked Allen to execute a levy on a Davis Boulevard branch for an unpaid judgment the bank owed.

Allen made national news when he arrived at the bank last week with Collier County sheriff’s deputies, a moving company and plans to have property inside the branch--including desks, computers and cash in the drawers--seized to satisfy the $2,500 judgment.

He left after the branch manager cut a check for the judgment and expenses incurred in executing the levy.

The Nyergeses were awarded the judgment in December, after fighting a Bank of America attempt to foreclose their Naples home, which had been fully paid for and lacked a mortgage.

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