Sherman McCray fought for his country in the Korean War. He worked ever since as a long-haul trucker. He uses a wheelchair to get around.
Somehow, Sherman got about $338 dollars behind on his dues at the Vistas subdivision. By the time he collected the money and went to pay, the Vistas in Lake County, Florida had a little surprise for him. No longer was it $338 bucks. No, once the lawyers, the debt collectors and the HOA late fines and fees kicked in, the amount was raised to $4272.42 and going higher ever day.
McCray can’t believe his neighbors could do that to them. With his heart attack, his gall bladder removal, and various other charges, McCray thought he could argue the case himself in court. The Vistas HOA doesn’t mess around when it sees a homeowner drowning. No, they school up like sharks and slam that house into foreclosure quicker than you blink your eye.
Mary Goldin, president of the Vistas Homeowner Association, didn’t respond to a request to explain. They never do. They never ever do.