Another example of banks not willing to take the time to fix errors for a customer. Why do they bounce it around between customer service reps who never seem to solve the problem? Without media attention this poor guy would probably never have been able to get Bank of America’s attention. Even with media attention from a major network news agency, they don’t seem to be in any hurry to help him clear this up!
Here’s a reminder to file a complaint with the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. We’re encouraging our clients and followers to file a complaint. Do it today! Do it over the weekend! Please, please, please help us create change!
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Rachel Kendall and her supporters will be joined by Occupy Sacramento to protest at the Wells Fargo Home Preservation Event in Sacramento on February 9, 2012. For anyone who is interested in joining them, the address is:
Sacramento Convention Center
1400 J Street
Sacramento, CA 95814
Perhaps the protestors will encourage Wells Fargo to preserve home ownership instead of using unfair and deceptive practices that lead to foreclosure.
If you can’t be at the event, please sign our petition telling Wells Fargo you stand with Rachel Kendall.
Wondering why the bank keeps giving you the run around and won’t modify your mortgage? Read this very informative Huffington Post article. Please pass it on to anyone who thinks it’s the homeowner’s fault!
ABC News Nightline will be doing a rebroadcast of the Bringing America Back Primetime Nightline segment that aired on December 10, 2011. If you didn’t catch it the first time now is your chance to see us on the big screen. If you’ve arrived here at our blog after watching Nightline and are looking for our help, please email us at email@example.com
We believe Rachel was treated unfairly by Wells Fargo. Please help by signing the petition and sharing the link with your friends. Send Wells Fargo a message that it must stop unjustly foreclosing on hard working American homeowners!