WELLS FARGO ACTION: FLOOD THEIR PHONE LINES

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SAVE 267 LAUREL DR. ALTADENA, CA 91001 from a wrongful eviction by Wells Fargo

Wells Fargo is wrongfully displacing Ms. HAROLYN RHUE, a disabled, African-American Woman, who suffers from substantial head trauma.

On January 4th 2013, Ms. Rhue filed a formal complaint with hud for discriminatory housing practices by her lender WELLS FARGO Home Mortgage. During our initial investigation we have noticed some very serious violations of the foreclosure process and documentation.

Ms. Rhue needs your help! Please, TELL WELLS FARGO that an eviction would cause great harm and would negatively impact her already serious health condition that has been altered by the wrongful foreclosure of her home.

Save: 267 Laurel Dr. Altadena, CA 91001 !

March 12th, 2013 
beginning at 7:00 am PST & 10:00 am EST

CALL ON WELLS FARGO CEO JOHN STUMPF & WELLS FARGO PRESIDENT OF HOME LOANS TO:

IMMEDIATELY HALT THE EVICTION PROCESS BROUGHT BY WELLS FARGO'S PREDATORY LENDING, WRONGFUL FORECLOSURE, AND SALE OF HER HOME TO INVESTORS.

REVIEW HAROLYN RHUE'S FORECLOSURE CASE AND WORK TO KEEP HER IN HER HOME.

• UNDERSTAND THAT MS.RHUE'S HEALTH AND RECOVERY HAS BEEN DAMAGED BY WELLS FARGO BANKING PRACTICES.

515.213.6117
MICHAEL HEID, WELLS FARGO PRESIDENT OF HOME LOANS

415.396.7018
JOHN STUMPF, WELLS FARGO CEO

www.Occupyfightsforeclosures.org/

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SAVE: 267 Laurel Dr. Altadena, CA 91001 from Wells Fargo


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WHEN
March 12, 2013 at 7am
WHERE
CALL: 515-213-6117 & 415-396-7018
CONTACT
515.213.6117 MICHAEL HEID, WELLS FARGO PRESIDENT OF HOME LOANS // 415.396.7018 JOHN STUMPF, WELLS FARGO CEO

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