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WELLS FARGO: DON'T EVICT DISABLED SENIOR TERRI NUNEZ FROM HER SAFE HOMEDue to a near fatal pesticide poisoning in 1989 I am disabled & home confined. Because of this injury I now have to have specially filtered air & non toxic building materials to be healthy. Wells Fargo is taking my specially modified home of 25 years with no regard for my safety. Wells Fargo was selling my house in June, but due to being recently bedridden has now set the date for October, 17, 2014! In April, 2008 I received a staggering Cancer Diagnosis with 3 months to live. I had to quit my job from home & go to John Hopkins for a 5 year treatment plan. While in the hospital for treatment Wells Fargo told me to stop paying my mortgage to qualify for a loan modification. They denied my loan application. I sought help from an attorney. For 5 years I fought cancer all while trying to obtain a loan modification from Wells Fargo. More denials for not enough income based on their inflated rates for bank placed insurance. They have placed a Legal Block on my account so I can't even submit an application due to several class action lawsuits brought against them for Fraud, Predatory Lending, Non Disclosure in Pick-A-Payment loans & now most recently for charging homeowners Inflated insurance rates , & receiving kickbacks & Bonus commissions. Even after losing the class action lawsuit in Ca. & promising Loan Modifications, the class action lawsuit was filed again because no one received loan mods. & re won for a second time! Yet they are still fighting in court! Is Wells Fargo above the LAW? Now is the time for accountability! Wells Fargo you promised 49 States Attorneys who sued you to grant loan modifications & still have not done it! New York has now stated they intend to sue you for publishing a step by step manual for your hired attorneys to use to fabricate documents, ie) a FORGED NOTE! The Federal Reserve of the United States of America sued you & still you did not do as you promised! Do the Decent & Right thing & stop trying to put me on the street with the millions of other homeowners that you Foreclosed on!
Wells Fargo is evicting me and would not accept any solutionsI lived in this house for the past 17 years with my mother. She is 78 years old and has had multiple surgeries (knee and stomach) and has no place to go. I also spent hundreds of thousands of dollars on this house in payments and fixes. It is our home and we have no other place to go.
Don't Evict A Veteran!My name is Howard Kelsey. I am recent graduate of Georgia State University and an Iraq War Veteran. I have resided as a tenant in my home since August 2012, have had three different landlords, and have always paid $900 per month in rent. Each of my previous landlords have had knowledge of my plans to purchase the house shortly after graduation and authorized me to make substantial changes and upgrades to the property at my own expense. On April 1, 2014 my home was auctioned off and purchased by the lender, Wells Fargo, who has initiated eviction proceedings against me. As alternatives to eviction, Wells Fargo has asked me to pay an additional $300 per month in rent for a total of $1200 per month. Unfortunately, as a recent college graduate, my income is limited and I am unable to afford such an increase. I am scheduled to attend a hearing this Thursday, May 8, 2014 in the Fulton County Magistrate Court in an attempt to continue occupying my home. I am very hopeful that either Wells Fargo or the Fulton County Magistrate Court will prevent my rent from being raised and/or allow it to stay the same throughout the remainder of my lease.
Wells Fargo:Please Stop Trying to Take Joanne Kokot-Hoppen's Home!!!This home has been my family home for the last 22 years. I raised both of my daughters in this home as a single mother since 1996. Unfortunately in January of 2009, I was diagnosed with a serious illness that required major abdominal surgery with a cost of $120000.00 and a three year recovery. I knew this could cause many financial problems and immediately contacted Wells Fargo to get a loan modification. To make a very long and ugly story short...they advised me to get behind on my mortgage by at least three months (which I did although it did not sound like good advice), they lost a $9000.00 payment, they misplaced documents or claimed to never receive them. They did not return my calls on time and caused the 30 day processing cap to expire numerous times. All in all, I attempted to obtain a loan modification 9 times and each time they turned me down for a different reason. I am well now and trying to get back on my feet, but Wells Fargo keeps trying to take my home from me. I even filed a Chapter 13 with the mortgage included in the BK protection. I have made my payments on time every month and yet they Wells Fargo have refused to accept any payments for the last 12 months. My Attorney says this is the most egregious behavior he has witnessed from any of his other clients. WELLS FARGO has been very BAD ACTORS where my loan is concerned. I now know, these poor business practices were and are the norm from these major banks. I WILL NOT LET THEM HAVE MY HOME. Please help me keep my home and fight the fight to set a precedence with these major banks. I have contacted the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, the Attorney Generals Eric Holder, Eric Schneiderman, and Senator Elizabeth Warren. This is my new passion, to help myself and others fight this fight. I would appreciate your support by signing my petition. Thanks so much, Joanne
Enforce settlement terms and stop the foreclosures!If Wells Fargo can be forced to comply with settlement terms and modify loans as they should, it would save thousands of families from wrongful foreclosure and prevent further damage to our economy. Please encourage Attorney General Harris to join NY Attorney General Eric Schneiderman and insist banks comply with prior settlement agreements or face legal action. A recent survey showed banks are not complying with national mortgage settlement terms in California. An email from Joseph A. Smith Jr., the government-appointed monitor for the national mortgage settlement, said that survey's findings "are consistent with much of what I've heard as I've traveled the nation in the past year..." http://tinyurl.com/cehn5j5 Wells Fargo is already being sued in California in an attempt to enforce another settlement agreement. "Claiming that Wells Fargo's "greed seems to have no bounds," a class action lawsuit charges the bank approved fewer than three percent of loan modifications after it acquired troubled mortgages from Wachovia and others. Despite agreeing in an earlier settlement to help troubled homeowners, Wells Fargo did next to nothing..." http://tinyurl.com/bv6q2d6 As a member of that class, I say they've done worse than nothing. Wells Fargo took 2 years to admit we'd turned in all our paperwork. They've refused to accomodate the disabilities of my legally blind husband or the friend we bought our house with, on disability for a spinal injury. They denied our loan modification because $2,030 is more than $2,700, said they wouldn't modify our loan because we still had equity, and then that making half a million dollars profit over the life of our loan wouldn't be enough, so our NPV evaluation was negative and they didn't have to modify our loan. Class counsel tried to get an injunction to stop the foreclosures while the case was litigated, but failed. By the time the case is resolved, thousands of homes will already have been foreclosed on. If we convince Ms. Harris to join forces with Schneiderman and others to enforce current settlement agreements, and to obtain a foreclosure moratorium until Wells Fargo and B of A have complied with those agreements, we can prevent enormous harm - not just to my family and the thousands of others who are being improperly denied loan modifications, but also to the California and US economy as a whole. A recent report estimates Wells Fargo’s foreclosure policies could cost the CA economy up to $3.3 billion in lost revenue. Forclosures depress property values, local property tax revenues, and economic recovery. http://populardemocracy.org/foreclosure-crisis-report This is an appalling crisis, even for those who can pay their mortgages. Banks have foreclosed on people who never missed a payment; the disabled veteran who died in court after Wells Fargo foreclosed on him for money owed by his neighbor, the retired couple in Twentynine Palms whose home Wells Fargo mistakenly emptied out - twice! See http://wonkette.com/506054/wells-fargo-bills-elderly-disabled-veteran-to-death-over-typo A study commissioned by former San Francisco Assessor-Recorder Phil Ting, of foreclosure sales between January 2009 and October 2011, found that 84% contained one or more clear violations of the law, 99% showed some apparent irregularities and almost a third had problems in four of the six areas of concern checked. http://aequitasaudit.com/images/aequitas_sf_report.pdf The banks have not obeyed the law or complied with settlement agreements they signed. Compensation for wrongful foreclosure in the recent settlement is woefully inadequate. Hardest hit are those it hurts most; the elderly, disabled, injured, the terminally ill and veterans struggling to adjust to civilian life. At the least, even if we can't get a full moratorium, foreclosures on the most vulnerable should be subject to special scrutiny. Please call Kamala Harris. Tell her to save our home and many others by obtaining a mortgage moratorium until Wells Fargo & B of A comply with the settlement agreements. Then call Wells Fargo and tell them you did so and why. Please mention us - Bryndis Tobin, William Reviea and Matthew Ouimette. CA Attorney General Kamala Harris (916) 445-9555, in CA (800) 952-5225 Sadie Walker, Office of Executive Complaints, Wells Fargo 1-800-853-8516
HSBC Bank Robs The Fasi Family of Farm of 30 YearsWe have a large farm, minor children, livestock and it is the middle of the winter. We have no place where we can move all of our property and livestock and some of our livestock are honeybees that cannot be moved in the winter. It is five days before Christmas and we have no housing to move into. We are not physically capable of moving this amount of equipment, personal belongings and livestock in such a short amount of time, and we have not found a place to move into.
Wells Fargo: Don't evict Donessa Horsewood from her homeI need my home back to be close to my family & doctors that could save my life. The doctors I have in Boise, Idaho are not as familiar with my medical conditions that are life threatning conditions. I have paid on this house since 1989 & if it wasn't for Wells Fargo & my ex-husband my home would have been paid off 3 yrs ago. I was one month behind during the beginning of my divorce and Wells Fargo/Carrington Mort. started foreclosure. For being $829.00 behind. I am already disabled & almost died last Sat. (Dec 1, 2012) while this is still in appeals. Please give me back my house before I die. It is all I have to leave my children and the only place my son will have to live. He is physically & mentally/emotionally disabled also.
Wells Fargo: Don’t Evict Richard (Silver) From His Home!My name is Rick Mathis. I live in Florence, Kentucky. Most folks around here know me as Silver. Please support me in my effort to get Wells Fargo to let me to stay in my home. I am like you; I have worked hard all of my life. I have contributed to my community. I paid my taxes. I have lived in my home and paid my mortgage for almost 23 years. Like some of my friends, I am getting up there in years and I know that they love their homes, just like I do. My two cats, Jesse, and Charlie love their home too. Because I have played the guitar for years, some of my best memories have been having band rehearsals in my family room. Friends would come from all around; next door, you name it. And they still do, to either play their instrument, or just sit, watch, listen, and party with us. Unfortunately, I was struck on my motorcycle on June 15, 2007. I suffered severe injuries including a concussion, injuries to my left leg, back, Unfortunately, I had no insurance and I couldn’t walk without crutches and a lot of pain. I couldn’t return to work in sales, because my job entailed moving equipment to do demonstrations. It took 2 years (long story short) for Social Security to declare me totally disabled and I could finally see a Doctor and start the healing process. You can imagine, during that period, any savings, even help from friends, went fast. I began applying for a modification in November, 2011. It was rejected by Wells Fargo. Since then, with the help of my counselor at Brighton Center, 2 additional modifications have been applied for. Again, both were rejected by Wells Fargo. I really just don’t understand why they can’t be more empathetic toward my situation. Our Government bailed them out twice. I am not asking for a freebee, like they received, just a loan modification. Please sign my petition to Wells Fargo, asking them to stop the foreclosure and let me stay in my home. Breaking News: On Halloween I was served with a Complaint from the Sheriff that legal action has been filed against me. I have 20 days to respond. I am pretty desperate at this point and my health isn't the best. I certainly don't want to wind up back in the hospital over this! I need help, big time!
Wells Fargo,LSI, Carrington unoccupy Donessa Horsewood home.This is the first home I ever purchased by myself. The home was literally purchased by me with "blood money". I almost died in an operation due to a doctor miscalculating a blood thinner during my surgery. I spent 2 months in Intensive Care and was permanetly disabled requiring continual surgery to this date.I purchased that home with money I received from a settlement. However I will never get physically better only worse. I paid for that home with "blood money". I am in pain everyday. Now no doctors will operate on me as it would be almost certain I would die in that surgery. I can no longer afford the payments in the home I am in. I need to move back home for the support and help I need physically by my family there. But I am afraid to move there for fear the sherriff will come and evict me even though we are still in the appeals process.
Help Me Keep My homeThis my home and I fell down a bit and want to keep my home. I am a single mother trying my best to pay my mortgage. Wells Fargo say they are working with me but it dont seem to be that way. Every piece of information that they asked me for was given over 4 times and they are not helping. They said that I was Pre-Qualified for the Making Home Affordable but keep asking me for the same information and say they are working on it. I believe they want me out and to fail as a homeowner. I thought they would want a homeowner to keep there home not put them out. I have tried all that I can. Where will me and my three children go???????