#CasitaSolCorona in Lincoln Heights at 2200 Daly St. Los Angeles, CA 90031 is the home of the Corona Family who has been wrongfully evicted by illegal foreclosure practices of Bank of America and is fighting to keep their home with the help of Occupy Fights Foreclosures. 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 has evicted for the second time on early January 2013.
Bank of America continues to notify 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.
ALERT!! SOLEDAD CORONA ... REQUESTS YOUR SUPPORT!! TODAY, SATURDAY, MAR 16...AT 11 AM, WITNESSES NEEDED!! AS SOLY OPENS THE PUBLIC STORAGE UNITS WHERE THE BANK'S THIEVES PUT HER BELONGINGS... 4002 N MISSION ROAD, LINCOLN HEIGHTS. (CROSS STREET IS N BROADWAY). SHE WILL ALSO NEED ASSISTANCE MOVING HER BELONGINGS TO HER STORAGE UNITS. CALL SOLY AT 213-248-0010... PLEASE PASS THE WORD.!!!
SOLY REQUESTS OUR SUPPORT AS WITNESSES...AND TO MAKE A STATEMENT... SOLY WILL CONTINUE THE FIGHT AGAINST BANK OF AMERICA AND THEIR LAP DOGS, THE SERVICERS, THEIR ATTNYS, ETC. HOMEOWNERS WILL NOT BE BULLIED OR FRIGHTENED INTO SUBMISSION OR SILENCE!!
A new interview of Soly Corona was recently aired.
0:18 - "I've spent over 40,000 dollars trying to get my home back. That's all we want. It's just to pay our mortgage."
0:35 - "[Evicting families] is what they do. They create blight in communities. It's sad. It's tragic, actually. Then I haven't lived with my daughter since. That's what they do. They break families up. They throw you into the street. They hold your money. They lie to you."
On Dec. 14, 2009, MERS sold her home to Bank of America's BAC Home Loans Servicing LP, formally known as Countrywide Home Loans, for $9 per the LA County Assessor's records after approving her for a loan modification and holding both her payment and her completed application.
On Dec. 14, 2012, Bank of America and the LASD, Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department evicted her family.
On Dec. 23, 2012, the Corona family together with Occupy Fights Foreclosures reoccupied her family's home.
On Jan. 21, 2013, the LAPD, Los Angeles Police Department evicted Soly's child while Soly was out of town. They had no jurisdiction to evict her family but kept her family out by pressuring with a potential arrest by trespassing her own property.
In the interview below from last December, Steve Whitmore of LASD said they would not displace families during the holidays and they did. Bank of America promoted they would not displace families, and they did.
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.
Who: Soledad Corona, Occupy Fights Foreclosures Activists, Attorney Lenore Albert, Community Leaders What: Court appearance and announcement of federal class action (case No: 12-cv-2189-CAB (KSC)) against major banks for foreclosing, evicting homeowners during "Holiday Moratorium" 2009-2012 *PRESS CONFERENCE FOLLOWING COURT APPEARANCE When: Tuesday January 22, 2013 @ 8:30am Where: Los Angeles Superior Court, 111 North Hill St, Los Angeles, CA 90012, Dept 77 (Stanley Mosk) Why: Homeowners continue to be victimized and abused by major banks; LAPD involvement in civil cases/foreclosures utilizing taxpayers' money to evict families.
Single Mom Twice Wrongfully Evicted Announcement of federal class action lawsuit filed against Bank of America and other major banks for wrongfully foreclosing/evicting on families during "Holiday Moratorium" on foreclosures
Los Angeles - B of A's lackeys, the L.A.P.D., wrongfully evicted the Corona family Friday, Jan 18th at around noon. Soledad's teenaged daughter, Victoria, was the only one home at the time and they told her she had to leave immediately. This is the SECOND time the Corona family has been evicted during the so-called "Holiday Moratorium" on foreclosures and evictions announced by major banks. The LAPD claimed they were "trespassing" in their own home. One officer allegedly said there was an arrest warrant for Soledad Corona, although they denied this later that evening.
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.
WHO: Occupy Fights Foreclosures Activists, Soledad Corona (single mom), Lincoln Heights Community WHEN: Sunday December 23, 2012 at 5PM WHERE: 2200 Daly Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90031 WHY: Bank of America Breaks Promise of "NO EVICTIONS AND FORECLOSURES DURING HOLIDAYS", evicts single mom on Dec. 14 and refuses to talk with representatives from Occupy LA, Occupy Fights Foreclosures WHAT: Soledad Corona is joined by members of Occupy LA to take back her home as a protest of Bank of America wrongful eviction Contact: Carlos Marroquin (323) 592-4663
Occupy breaks locks takes back home in response to Bank of America breaching their promise to not evict families during the holidays
Today, December 23rd, 2012, Occupy Fights Foreclosures broke locks and opened the foreclosed home of the Corona family for their stay home in Lincoln Heights (2200 Daly St. Los Angeles, CA 90031) during the Holidays.
The Corona family has been involved in a fight for their home since 2009. Soledad Corona, a single mom, was given a loan modification. Yet, after sending her first payment as scheduled, BOA rejected her payment causing her to go into default. Her home got foreclosed by BoA on December 14th and she got evicted by L.A. County Sheriff Deputies. Soledad payed an attorney $35,000 to help her fight for her home and the attorney did nothing to help her.
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