We probably will never be inclined to shop there again, but this still makes us angry and we want to share with our other friends who will:
A year ago, we sold some recreational property - about 30K USD. The buyers were very friendly - we had a couple of beers and talked enthusiastically about their planned improvements.
After the closing, we received a letter from the agent (not a Realtor!) stating that we owed some more funds.
After two clear, nicely formal letters to them, we never heard back. I even avoided the comment, "What part of 'closing' do you not understand?" (Yea! me)
OK. So much for that bank and that agent. Done.
Sadly, we went out to the property while visiting friends. The present owners recognized us and were very, very cold to us. (I wanted to see what they had done with the property, so they were polite, but cool.) We can only surmise that the buyers were sent the same 'bill' after we had refused to pay it, they paid it, and then didn't have the nerve to say, "What part of CLOSING do you not understand?) [I love that phrase!]