- American Home Mortgage Servicing
- Aurora Loan Services
- Bank of America
- Deutsche Bank
- Fannie Mae
- Federal Reserve
- Freddie Mac
- JP Morgan Chase
- Litton Loan Servicing
- MetLife Home Loans
- Nationstar Mortgage
- Ocwen Loan Servicing
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- People with Disabilities
- PHH Mortgage
- PNC Bank/National City Mortgage
- Saxon Mortgage
- Senior Citizens
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- Stage: Underwater
- US Bank
- Washington Mutual
- Wells Fargo
Wells Fargo Will not help with 8.3/4 interest rate because I am currentWells Fargo has a well-documented history of abusing customers seeking mortgage modifications, racial discrimination and peddling faulty mortgages that led to the financial crisis. Now a lawsuit has brought to light a 150 page manual used by the bank, that attorneys say provides a step by step instructions for Wells Fargo lawyer’s to fabricate documents in order to illegally foreclose on millions of homeowners.
Stop mistreatment of Baxter Jones and all people with disabilities! Stop the Detroit water shutoffs!URGENT: Please call the Office of the Emergency Manager at 313-224-3400 an demand that the charges be dropped against Baxter Jones and all people who have been arrested protesting the water cutoff of residential properties. At present thousands of households have been subjected to illegal water shutoffs at the aegis of the bank-imposed EM Kevyn Orr who is seeking to drive even more people from the city as part of the "Grand Theft Bargain" they are implementing on behalf of the criminal corporations and financial institutions. These water shutoffs are being carried out by a private firm hired by the outlaw EM utilizing the tax dollars of residents. The aim is to illegally seize the water department from the people of Detroit and turn it over to private interests. On Mon. July 21, federal bankruptcy Judge Steven Rhodes heard the DWSD declare a 15-day suspension of the shut-offs. This announcement in federal court was prompted by the testimony delivered at the objections' hearing on July 15 as well as the mass demonstrations since then. In addition to the announcement by DWSD, a class-action lawsuit was filed against the DWSD against the shut-offs. Plaintiffs include victims of the draconian policy and four community organizations. We are by no means satisfied with this supposed "suspension of shut-offs for 15 day." We demand that all households that have had their water services terminated be immediately TURNED BACK ON! There must be an indefinite MORATORIUM ON ALL WATER SHUT-OFFS IN DETROIT! It is the banks which have swindled the taxpayers out of $530 million in fraudulent interest-rate swaps tied to the DWSD, funds that should be used to repair water main breaks and other infrastructural improvements along with lowering rates which have skyrocketed over 125 percent. We are calling for the total rejection of the bogus "Plan of Adjustment" and the immediate ejecting of the EM Orr. Pensions, healthcare, public assets, the DIA, DWSD, Belle Isle, Detroit Public Schools and all other properties of the city must be protected from the corporate looters who have taken control of the state and local governments in Michigan. Local control must be restored and the capitulationist program of the City Council and the mayor should be resisted by the workers, seniors and youth of Detroit.. For more information about the Detroit crisis, please visit www.moratorium-mi.org and www.DetroitDebtMoratorium.org
Stop the Eviction of Mildred Willis and her familyMildred Willis and her family were tricked into placing her under public guardianship by an ambulance chasing attorney. Although the Public Guardian is charged with representing those who have been abandoned by their families, this programs has been routinely used to take the pensions, savings, and other assets of unsuspecting seniors. Indeed, it now seems that this attorney was part of a coterie of attorneys and judges who, by working through prior arrangements, have maneuvered other seniors into public guardianship to gain access to their assets. Since 2012, Mildred Willis 74 has repeatedly asked to return to her home. Instead, the Guardian's office nearly lost it to a foreclosure by Charter One Bank, until the Chicago Anti-Eviction Campaign helped to get it out of foreclosure. Once the foreclosure was halted, Mildred stated to her probate judge, “I only need dialysis. Please order the guardian to send me home.” But, Mildred’s wishes have been ignored by Judge Carolyn Quinn of the Probate Division. Instead, Judge Quinn has authorized the Guardian's Office to do whatever necessary, including evicting Mildred's daughter and grandson, to cover the cost of a keeping her in a nursing home she does not want to be in. Mildred just wants her freedom back to spend the remainder of her days with family, friends and community. Even though Mildred has repeatedly asked Judge Quinn to “PLEASE….. PLEASE let me go back to my home," the Adult Guardianship Division of the Cook County Public Guardian’s office is firmly resolved to keep Mildred in a nursing home. Carrie Fung, the attorney working on Mildred’s case at the guardian’s office, has moved Mildred from the Renaissance At 87th Street nursing home to the Symphony nursing home, while strictly limiting her visitors, depriving Mildred of her family and friends. In spite of her children's best efforts to fight it, the guardian's office secured an eviction order against Mildred's daugther and grandson in May 2014. While they claim that they needed to sell the house to cover to cost of her nursing home confinement, they continue to ignore is that Mildred wants to leave her nursing home and come back to her family. She does not want to see them evicted. But the sale of her home will make it impossible for her to have a home to come back to. This is a shame, not only for the Willis family, but also for the community of Calumet Park, a place that the Willis’ have called home for more than forty years.
Don't let fraudulent banks take away erica and dave's home!We have been living in our home for over a decade. This is the home in which we started our life together, and this is the home in which our daughter Hailey Anne would celebrate her 2nd birthday next week... if we were not being unfairly evicted on Monday. The number of times our home has been shuffled from bank to bank without our knowledge or consent in the past two years is dizzying. Eventually, we decided to look into the validity of our loan to try to figure out what was going on and who we were supposed to be paying (our home has since been taken by Fannie Mae). We realized through our investigation that, like so many other homeowners, we had been victims of robo-signing. Robo-signing is when a bank has thousands of documents signed automatically, without them being appropriately reviewed, or even looked at at all. This practice is very fraudulent, and therefore the banks' documents should be considered null and void. We should not be the ones suffering for their illegal actions. Please support us and our two year old daughter in our fight to keep rightful ownership of our property, or at least to have more time to get the banks to admit to their fraud before we are wrongfully evicted. Take a stand for housing justice with us!
STOP BANK OF AMERICA FROM EVICTING A FAMILY OF 4!Mr. Andrews Acheampong is married and raising two small children in Ferndale, MI. He works as a truck driver. Like so many families, Andrews found himself getting fewer and fewer hours at work. The family’s income was decreasing, while the mortgage payments kept increasing. Andrews reached out to Bank of America for a loan modification and in 2009 he received a trial modification reducing his payments from $1,260.79 to $997.17. Andrews ‘trial modification stated that if he made 3 payments he would receive a permanent loan modification. Andrews made 5 payments before Bank of America refused to accept any more payments. Andrews then received a letter from the eviction firm asking him if he wanted to be reviewed for a modification again. Andrews responded that he wanted to be reviewed, turned in all the information, and still never heard anything back from Bank of America. Bank of America sold Andrews home at sheriff’s sale on November 29, 2011. Andrews has been fighting his case and paying $997.17 into escrow at the 45th District in Oak Park, Michigan for the past two years.
STOP EVICTION OF MILITARY VETERANS! KEEP THE YOUNG’S IN THEIR HOME!Hello, my name is Maurice /Sabrina young we moved to Georgia from California in 2003 for a better life and to purchase an affordable home. In March 2008 on my birthday, we purchased our first HOME at 1390 Shadow Creek! We are presently raising our five children in the home, the newest addition to the family are 3 and 4. To them this is the only place they call HOME! My husband is a military veteran and now works as a trucker for a living. I work as a pre-k teacher for Georgia lottery. My husband became unemployed in 2010 with the income decreased we applied for a modification on the home with bank of America. We filled for a home modification several times in 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014 each time we received notices (we were denied, or addition paper work was needed). We called Bank of America several times to get this issued resoled every time we would get different representatives telling us the modification us going through. We also went through the nice home save program in 2011 as an advocate for us. Bank of America then offered us a mortgage of $1,500, which was higher than our monthly mortgage of $1,100. In 2014, the home went into foreclosure. The last noticed we received on June 1, 2014 form bank of America was the home was still in review. On June 3, 2014, someone came from the Najarian Capital Llc to the door. The letter stated the Najarian Capital Llc brought the home and wanted possession of the property within without giving us a day in court. Please sign my petition asking Najarian Capital Llc to stop their attempts to evict us and to work out a deal that allows us to stay in my home.
Stop JPMorgan's Unlawful Eviction From My HomeHousing is a human right. How can we be born into a world where our basic life support is not available to everyone? Within a banking operation; How can a company operate by disguising the origin of its product ($), while demanding transparency from the customers’ personal finances? If you don’t believe me, then ask your bank to show you the origin and history of the money that they loaned you and see what happens. I asked this question of my mortgage company and they’ve bullied me to the point of eviction. How can we expect our children to stop bullying each other; when adults are agreeing to being bullied by their bankers? Let’s make a difference for our children and demonstrate that by making a stand for what's important, positive change can result. Bullying can be stopped. Let it rain peace, love and prosperity for all of humanity.
Keep 17 Families in Their Vine City Homes!We are standing for 17 families comprised of single women and children with disabilities who participate in a Fulton County OETH Permanent Housing Program. Fulton County is forcing us to move our families immediately and succumb to persistent demoralizing and demeaning treatment by the Fulton County staff. The women involved in this program have physical or mental disabilities or their children have disabilities. Fulton County OETH is forcing us to move from our current homes to a location we didn’t agree on or we will be referred to a shelter and our belongings will be removed from our homes. We joined this program to recover from having been chronically homeless and the Fulton County OETH promised us the stability of living in a consistent location. We demand the permanent housing in Vine City and supportive services that we signed up for! On April 23, 2014—despite the fact that we have been overcoming the emotional wear and tear of chronic homelessness, have woven ourselves into the fabric of the Vine City community, and have financially invested in this promise of permanent housing through Fulton County—we were informed that we would have to move abruptly. Fulton County said that all families would be moved by July 31, 2014 to an undisclosed location. No basic information that parents need when transitioning their families was given. While in a meeting with County Manager, Dwight Ferrell and Commissioner Joan Gardner, all of the mothers were told by the Division Manager, Mr. Leonard Westmoreland, that we “have no choice and no options.” On June 6, 2014 under the direction of Mike Rowicki and Division Manager Leonard Westmoreland, the case-managers of Fulton County OETH were told to make their clients aware that they have selected a location and families will be required to vacate their homes by noon on June 20, 2014 or they will be transported to City of Refuge shelter (which is likely at capacity). We were told we could wait at the shelter and hope another program becomes available to house our families. The Fulton County permanent supportive housing program is aware that we have families with fragile medical conditions; however, despite our desperate pleas they are moving forward with terminating the utilities that power a 12 year-old child’s dialysis machine. The boy has had his kidneys removed. Moving him isn’t an option! We are fighting to stay in Vine City, where our kids have excelled in their school, where we serve on the PTA, and where we have relationships with the community and necessary healthcare providers for our children. We need help and can’t fight alone! Please sign our petition to keep our homes and stop Fulton County’s unethical practices. Below is a video of Fulton county staff intimidating women who were holding a peaceful protest outside the facility on the public sidewalk: <iframe width="420" height="315" src="//www.youtube.com/embed/0F2P3UBCmmg" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe>
SUNTRUST: Please modify mortgage for Cindie and her family!I love my community, my neighbors, and this is where my family wants to be. I do not want to be foreclosed on. As an Air Force brat, we traveled all over the world when I was a child. I was taught to love God, family, and country. As you would probably know, finding a wonderful home in an area where all of the neighbors are like family is a dream come true. I found that in this home in Marietta when I moved here into Christopher Robbins in 2000, we are a very friendly subdivision. I have no relatives here so my community IS my family and we do not want to leave. I am scared to death to get that knock on the door asking us to be out in 3 days. After going through various personal issues, such as a divorce, loss of my father, grandmother, aunt and uncles, within a short period of time, life became difficult. Not only did my health suffer from having to have several surgeries, as well as detached retinas, it limited my ongoing ability to work full time. I have always kept a very good credit score and paid my bills. I have two wonderful children, one is a teacher and one is still in college. I want my children to be able to stay in this home when they need to, how can I possibly tell them the home is gone and taken by the bank? When times became tough I had no choice but to take out a home equity line of credit with SunTrust to keep up my credit score and to pay my bills. I also ended up taking most of my retirement out just to keep everything in line. I now have a tiring, exhaustive project--working with Suntrust to modify my loan, the fight feels like a full time job. As a homeowner, which has been a dream of mine since I was young, I have not been able to sleep nor is my health holding up because they are threatening to foreclose and it has affected me tremendously. They say they lost paperwork, or transfer me around, and the end result is always the same--we can't modify. If you think about it, we work hard to have an opportunity to live in a home and unfortunately it has come down to the fact that we need assistance to make our loan more affordable. I have always had a high respect for paying my bills, my credit score has always been high & I was successful in my work. However, with health issues and the divorce and other things that I could not control in my life, I fell behind. Now SunTrust will not work with me. They have caused me undue stress with headaches, nightmares, many sleepless nights, and in January I unfortunately had a mammogram come back positive. If you would please sign this petition and assist me in trying to get them to make some sort of a modification to make my payments affordable I would be grateful. A modification would assist our family greatly, then hopefully my health will improve and I can continue to make progress so that I can be more productive at work. With the stress of a potential foreclosure it has been everything that I can possibly do to keep from wondering if our family will be homeless with or not. If we all stick together and you can assist me by signing this petition and forcing SunTrust to work out a modification for me I would be grateful. SunTrust offered me a lower rate at one time, but then actually did not follow through. That is very sad. I'm going to work very hard to fight this, & I hope that you will assist me by adding your name to this petition and we can present it to the executive office at SunTrust to MAKE A DIFFERENCE!! Let's do this!
Don't Evict Janice Muhammad's familyIn 2007, Janice Muhammad began having trouble making her mortgage payments to Countrywide Home Loans. Ms. Muhammad had recently been diagnosed with breast cancer and in an effort to avoid foreclosure, got caught up with Happy Investments, a fraudulent real estate company. Rather than helping her to avoid foreclosure, this company quickly stripped the equity from her home and then let it go into foreclosure. in 2009, Ms. Muhammad and her family moved to Chicago's Chatham neighborhood - only to find out two years later that their landlord was in foreclosure and would soon lose it to U.S. Bank. With the support of activists from the Chicago Anti-Eviction Campaign and the representation from the Lawyers Committee for Better Housing, Janice Muhammad was able to challenge the pending eviction order and enter into negotiations with the bank. In February 2012, the bank sold the property to a third party, the Global Network Community Development Corporation, for $1. Initially, GNCDC worked with the Ms. Muhammad's family to keep the rent payments low so as to make it affordable for the family. However, once Ms. Muhammad passed away in May 2014, representatives from GNCDC have sent Ms. Muhammad's adult children a notice terminating their lease, and demanding that they either pay triple their original rent payments or be put out on the street. Of Ms. Muhammad's children, one is a burn victim, the other suffers from a mental disability. Together, they are able to pay an affordable rent, but not the market rate rent GNCDC is demanding.
Keep Darlene Wilkens in Her Home!This is Darlene Wilkins I live at 4650 East Ponce de Leon Avenue, Apartment K14 in Sage Pointe Apartments. I’ve lived here since 2011 and now I am facing eviction due to a change in management. Along with other residents, I had an agreement with the former management company to accept my payments by the end of the month without penalty. I met all of my obligations through the month of May and throughout the year. Then in the first week of June, your company said they would not accept payment arrangements. TREM never submitted any type of verbal or written notice as of these changes. A number of families were forced out of their homes because of the change. I tried to speak with your company on several occasions in order to work something out, but could never get through because the receptionist told me that the people I needed to speak to were on conference calls or in meetings. I explained to your company and that I would like to stay in my home under the same arrangement I had, but I was told to pay everything in full up front for this month or I would be facing eviction. When I said I couldn’t do that, the people in the Sage Pointe office gave me the option to pay prorated rent and move out by the 13th of June. I could not move out with only a week’s notice! I'm just trying to find out if there's any reasonable solution that can be worked out for myself as well as other tenants. Please work with me so that I can stay in my home.
Citi Mortgage: Stop abusing my family paid for home twice in 13 year. Will not be quiet- EnoughThis is important because this is our home. We are not packing up at night leaving like irresponsible people or asking for anything unreasonable. Banks got bailed out why is my family still fight predatory lending abuse and paying for a house twice and will never own according to Citi's accounting.