To: John Stumpf, CEO Wells Fargo

Wells Fargo: Keep Roxanna Zamora and her family in their home!

Wells Fargo: Keep Roxanna Zamora and her family in their home!

Stop my foreclosure and work out a deal that keeps our family in our home.

My name is Roxanna Zamora. My husband and I bought our home in Whittier, CA in 1994 and have raised our two children, Rusty and Keilani there. Now Wells Fargo is trying to take the only home my children have ever known.

In August of 2007, my husband and I made the difficult decision to end our marriage. I left our home, and shortly after that I was diagnosed with stage four breast cancer. Over the next several months, I underwent two rounds of chemotherapy, a double mastectomy, and aggressive radiation twice a day for four months. In February of 2008, I was awarded the house in a court judgement and returned to my home cancer free. Only then did I find out that my husband had stopped making mortgage payments and our loan was in default.

I immediately contacted Wells Fargo to try and resolve the problem and see what I could do. I was met with a total lack of sympathy for my situation, and an unwillingness from Wells Fargo to work with me. After fighting for my life, and ended my marriage of 18 years, I was now the sole provider for my two children and our home.

For years I have gotten the run-around from Wells Fargo trying to get a loan modification. I was approved for and completed several successful trial loan modifications, but Wells Fargo refused to make it permanent every time. I was told that in order to get approved, that I needed to present a divorce decree. Although my marriage had ended, my husband and I delayed filing for divorce while I was battling cancer so that I could remain on his health insurance plan. I tried to explain this to the bank, but they didn't care. They basically gave me a choice- my health insurance or my house. I chose the house because without it my children and I would have nowhere to go.

Unfortunately things didn't end there. After the divorce, Wells Fargo still continued to drag me along and deny me for a modification for one reason or another. I've tried everything- I filed for bankruptcy, worked with NACA, applied for Keep My Home CA. Nothing seemed to work, and now Wells Fargo has scheduled a foreclosure sale for April 20th.

I have been through years of mental abuse, stress, anxiety, depression, panic attacks, and even had suicidal thoughts from dealing with Wells Fargo, but I'm not giving up now! I will not leave my house of 20 years. What I need is for Wells Fargo to give me a fresh start- a fair loan modification reduces my principal and interest, and removes the years of added fees and arrears that have accumulated while I've been in this fight.

Why is this important?

My name is Roxanna Zamora. My husband and I bought our home in Whittier, CA in 1994 and have raised our two children, Rusty and Keilani there. Now Wells Fargo is trying to take the only home my children have ever known.

In August of 2007, my husband and I made the difficult decision to end our marriage. I left our home, and shortly after that I was diagnosed with stage four breast cancer. Over the next several months, I underwent two rounds of chemotherapy, a double mastectomy, and aggressive radiation twice a day for four months. In February of 2008, I was awarded the house in a court judgement and returned to my home cancer free. Only then did I find out that my husband had stopped making mortgage payments and our loan was in default.

I immediately contacted Wells Fargo to try and resolve the problem and see what I could do. I was met with a total lack of sympathy for my situation, and an unwillingness from Wells Fargo to work with me. After fighting for my life, and ended my marriage of 18 years, I was now the sole provider for my two children and our home.

For years I have gotten the run-around from Wells Fargo trying to get a loan modification. I was approved for and completed several successful trial loan modifications, but Wells Fargo refused to make it permanent every time. I was told that in order to get approved, that I needed to present a divorce decree. Although my marriage had ended, my husband and I delayed filing for divorce while I was battling cancer so that I could remain on his health insurance plan. I tried to explain this to the bank, but they didn't care. They basically gave me a choice- my health insurance or my house. I chose the house because without it my children and I would have nowhere to go.

Unfortunately things didn't end there. After the divorce, Wells Fargo still continued to drag me along and deny me for a modification for one reason or another. I've tried everything- I filed for bankruptcy, worked with NACA, applied for Keep My Home CA. Nothing seemed to work, and now Wells Fargo has scheduled a foreclosure sale for April 20th.

I have been through years of mental abuse, stress, anxiety, depression, panic attacks, and even had suicidal thoughts from dealing with Wells Fargo, but I'm not giving up now! I will not leave my house of 20 years. What I need is for Wells Fargo to give me a fresh start- a fair loan modification reduces my principal and interest, and removes the years of added fees and arrears that have accumulated while I've been in this fight.

Wells 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.

Despite all this Wells Fargo will be celebrating its record as the country’s most profitable bank at its shareholders meeting on April 29th in San Antonio. Home Defenders like me are organizing to deliver a message that these predatory practices have to stop.

Please sign my petition, and demand that Wells Fargo do the right thing for my family and all the others that are at risk of losing their homes.

How it will be delivered

Directly to John Stumpf at Wells Fargo's annual shareholders meeting in San Antonio, TX.

Whittier, CA, United States

Reasons for signing

  • Keep fighting :)
  • Many people think the banks have been reined in, but they haven't, and these stories are multiplying. The media has lost interest in the "same old story," but that just gives all these banks and the courts who kowtow to them an easier road.
  • Wells Fargo instructed it's lawyers to fabricate affidavits in order to illegally foreclose on millions of Americans. If in doubt, look at page 15 of Wells Fargo's 150 page Foreclosure procedure manual (download a copy here: http://floridaforeclosurefraud.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/03/Wells_Fargo_Attorney_foreclosure_attorney_procedure_manual_20120224.pdf) Your crimes need to stop NOW!

Updates

2014-04-27 09:17:13 -0400

1,000 signatures reached

2014-04-27 00:03:47 -0400

500 signatures reached

2014-04-12 13:13:31 -0400

100 signatures reached

2014-04-12 01:59:42 -0400

50 signatures reached

2014-04-11 19:21:56 -0400

25 signatures reached

2014-04-11 17:51:15 -0400

10 signatures reached