Mike Moors lost personal property worth thousands of dollars when a company foreclosing on his neighbor’s home mistakenly emptied his barn and took the contents.
Now he’s haggling with Safeguard Properties of Ohio, which was unable to recover his things — including a backhoe and a boat — and has offered him $20,000.
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The problem: Mike Moors’ stuff was taken by mistake by a crew hired to prepare a next-door neighbor’s house for foreclosure.
Who’s responsible: Safeguard Properties of Ohio
What it says: Safeguard, which has admitted the mistake, isn’t commenting. Moors said that the company has offered him $20,000 but that it’s not enough.