From 7pm of Friday, January 18th, 2013, we held a press conference at 2200 Daly St. Los Angeles, CA 90031 to denounce the lies, deceit, and business practices of Bank of America and to also denounce the LAPD involvement in the case of Soledad Corona's fight to keep her home.
Bilingual Press Conference (6:00 ~ 12:00)
Event Description copy from: https://www.facebook.com/events/399179413499502/
We are holding a press conference to denounce the lies, deceit, and business practices of Bank of America and to also denounce the LAPD involvement in the case of Soledad Corona's fight to keep her home. LAPD has issued an arrest warrant for Soledad Corona for "trespassing" in her OWN home and possibly arrest warrants for others, and has used excessive force to remove Soledad's daughter from her home this afternoon. We are reaching out to the community, supporters, foreclosure victims, and homeowners to please come join us in our support for Soledad Corona and her daughter tonight
Soledad, a single mother of thirteen years, moved into the Los Angeles neighborhood of Lincoln heights in 2008. In the year 2009, Bank of America granted her a loan modification. After faithfully making her payments, Bank of America reneged their loan modification agreement, withheld her money for a month, and notified her that her home was being foreclosed on. For a month the family was in need of food, and extra money to pay for family basic needs. After repeatedly speaking with the bank, trying to convince them to let the family continue to make their home payments, The Corona family is now facing eviction.
Bank of America notified the public that they will not evict or foreclose on families during the holidays, but the Corona family is just one of many families that is currently being subjected to Bank of America's unethical banking practices.
Update:2013-03-04: A rundown of the Corona family's situation provided by John:
Casita Sol Corona (Lincoln Heights at 2200 Daly St. Los Angeles, CA 90031) is the home of Corona family, who got wrongfully evicted by Bank of America's illegal practice called dual tracking and broken promise during the BoA's own Holiday Moratorium.