For those that remember my last blog about the notary that was brutally pushed off the steps of a disgruntled borrower by the borrower himself. I have an exciting update.
Click on the link below to see the original story part 1
A few weeks ago, I got a call from our notary that had been pushed from the stairs with some pretty great news. First off, she is healing well and is in good spirits. Our notary went on to thank me for writing her story because some good had actually come from me telling her story. After reading my blog about her ordeal she decided to send it to the the signing company that had treated her so poorly. To her surprise the owner got hold of it and upon reading the blog she received a call from him. He told her that he knew nothing whatsoever of what had happened to her. He stated that he had not been informed by his employees at the time of the actual attack but only after receiving a copy of my blog had he became aware of the incident. He stated he was shocked. (To refresh your memory the girls in the office treated her as if she was lying about being pushed off the stairs and in essence accused her of making excuses for why the closing hadn’t been completed.) He offered his apologies and asked her had she revealed the signing service to 123 or anyone else for that matter and she assured him that she had not. He asked her to please continue not to reveal his company in the future because he was ashamed of his company employees behavior. He then went on surprizingly to offer her 500.00 toward her medical bills. ( I told her it sounded like hush money to me :)) She said that she kindly excepted his offer but held off sharing it with me because she wanted the money in hand and in the bank. Cant blame her on that one.
She then went on to tell me that per the DA who was handling the case of the borrower that had viscously pushed her had him formally charged with several counts such as assault with intent to do bodily harm, (and a couple of more serious charges that escape me) and that the borrowers employer had somehow found out about all of this and had suspended him from work pending the outcome of the trial. So, it looks like he has major trouble to deal with which he rightfully deserves IMO. I hope this will teach him a lesson he will never forget. Unfortunately for him it looks like he is about to lose everything because I am guessing not only is he about to lose his job he is about to loose his freedom as well.
In closing remember to be safe and watch your circumstances. Although this is not an usual occurrence we now know it is a possibility.
Until next time… be safe.
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