CALL WELLS FARGO ON APRIL 22 AND TELL THEM YOU ARE SUPPORTING JUNE 22 ACTION TO MOVE YOUR MONEY IN SUPPORT OF HAROLYN AND AGAINST HER EVICTION FROM WRONGFUL FORECLOSURE
Save Harolyn’s Home!
Put Wells Fargo on NOTICE!
Harolyn Rhue is a disabled woman who survived a traffic accident when a drunk driver ran a red light. After the tragic event, Harolyn managed to pick herself up, went to school, and got a masters degree. After many sacrifices Harolyn bought a home, worked for a bank, and designed clothing for disabled people. Unfortunately, she was taken advantage of her disabilities and was given a predatory loan. Wells Fargo has refused to work with her after her payments kept rising.
In August of last year, while awaiting for a review of her loan modification, Wells Fargo sold her home behind her back to an investor and now she is facing eviction on Monday, April 15. When Wells Fargo sold Ms. Rhue's home to the investor, she had over $175,000 of equity on her home. Wells Fargo stole Harolyn's equity as well as her home. Wells Fargo refuses to take responsibility for what they did to Harolyn. She now has turned to Occupy Fights Foreclosures to help her fight Wells Fargo’s wrongful foreclosure and pending eviction.
Occupy Fights Foreclosures is committed to fighting for this home and will resist this unjust act by Wells Fargo, until Wells Fargo does the right thing and gives Harolyn her home back. Harolyn’s story is a mirror of countless of other homeowners that have been victimized by this bank’s greed.
CALL WELLS FARGO!
TODAY!! (April 22nd, 2013)
beginning at 7AM PST
**Let them know about the National Day of Action: JUNE 22nd, 2013 “Move Your Money Out of Wells Fargo” Day!**
Dear Wells Fargo…
I am calling you to notify you that:
- On June 22nd I will be moving my money out of Wells Fargo because of what you have done to disabled homeowner, Ms. Harolyn Rhue at 267 Laurel Drive, Altadena, CA 91001.
- I have pledged to notify my friends, my family, and the public via social networks and flyers on the national “Move Your Money Out of Wells Fargo” day in support of Ms. Harolyn Rhue.
- I feel ashamed to be doing business with an institution that is taking advantage of the disabled and leaving them homeless.
>>> Call 415-396-7018 <<<
Update: National "Move Your Money Out" Day changed to June 22nd.