Stop Wells Fargo

Wells Fargo CEO John Stumpf: Stop all foreclosures and evictions and provide real relief that will keep families in their homes and restore the wealth your bank has stolen from our communities.

$21.9 billion. That’s Wells Fargo’s profit for 2013. It’s their most, ever. And it’s coming off the backs of foreclosure victims and underwater homeowners like you and me.

Stand with Yolanda Andrews and other Home Defenders as they confront Wells Fargo CEO John Stumpf at the 2014 Shareholders Meeting in San Antonio on April 29, 2014. Yolanda will attempt to deliver this petition directly to Mr. Stumpf.

The full set of demands are:

  • Stop all foreclosures and evictions and provide real relief that will keep families in their homes and restore the wealth your bank has stolen from our communities.
  • Provide reasonable loan modifications that include principal reduction for all underwater homeowners and others at risk of foreclosure, and stop employing tactics designed to mislead, bully, harass, and intimidate homeowners.
  • Additionally, Wells Fargo should stop the attempts to block communities from providing their own solutions to the crisis, as they have done in Richmond, CA and elsewhere.
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  • signed 2017-09-30 10:10:45 -0700
    sharon a gholson
  • signed 2017-09-24 11:23:14 -0700
    Look into pinellas county sheriffs office and any and all false accusations and cases regarding Wells Fargo and countrywide or americas first home lenders
  • signed 2017-07-20 17:49:19 -0700
    Loosing home because of the deceptive modification practices.
  • signed 2017-06-28 13:12:05 -0700
    This is VERY important to me, as Wells Fargo raised the rates so high, we are losing our home very soon.
  • signed 2016-12-01 22:40:32 -0800
  • signed 2016-11-28 18:37:22 -0800
    Keep going Yolanda and Home Defenders. I am signing this petition in 2016 even though you mentioned presenting it in 2014. We need a halt on the rampant home foreclosures that have been occurring since the collapse of the housing bubble in 2008. I have been in my home for 18 years. Since that time, my loan has bounced to four different institutions, winding up at Wells Fargo after the other successive smaller banks either closed or merged with larger banks that swallowed them up. Since then, I have had numerous problems with Wells Fargo. The most recent being in the process of Home Preservation for months then, suddenly denied. They misstated my income and undervalued my property. When I attempted to contact them, I could not reach anyone. During this time, I had four deaths in the family, and my oldest sibling was diagnosed with 4-stage prostrate/lymph cancer and receiving radiation treatments. I know this is not their problem, however when companies were cutting back workers in 2011, I was one of them and have been struggling ever since, as I was also a passenger in a car accident at the time I also lost my job. I am 55-years old and self-supporting. Needless to say, the last five years have been an extreme struggle. While the average American’s life has hardly improved over these years, the banks have held record profits. We need real reform, real assistance and fair action toward honest, hardworking people who have lived up to their commitments while the banks have failed them. We don’t need more statistics of people losing their homes after years of contributing to a system that has failed them. While more luxury buildings are being built to favor big developers who seem to have no problem getting loans approved, more people stand at risk of losing our homes while good jobs continue to shrink. In my own neighborhood alone, which is a decent area, there are more tents, homeless encampments and motor homes parked along the street than have ever been before. The problems with Wells Fargo have persisted and although it is 2016 and John Stumpf has stepped down, it’s time for real reform to assist homeowners who still continue to struggle.
  • signed 2016-11-25 17:29:07 -0800
  • signed 2016-10-06 06:46:31 -0700
    william bartlett Charity Fellowship (CF)

    William Bartlett

    406 702 1066

    Hi, I’m Bill the minister of Charity Fellowship,

    If you have a moment, please read this. forgive me for intruding if I offend you. My loving passion is to minister Gods Great commission to others and just be there friend, to cloth them and feed them. The gift I have is to help others stay in their home and revers a foreclosure not paying on mortgage for the rest of their life and I do this without payment also if they have bills that they have accumulated and can’t pay them off I can cancel them. I can even get rid of a mortgage on your church, cars trucks etc.

    A foreclosure is a very stressful time and is like a death in the family. We want to help them keep their home and the good news is they may live in their home without the problem of a foreclosure.
  • signed 2016-09-22 07:42:54 -0700
    Facing similar issues with Wells Fargo
  • signed 2016-09-21 13:45:09 -0700
    Jennifer Styczen
  • signed 2016-09-12 11:00:06 -0700
  • signed 2016-09-09 22:31:27 -0700
    Keshia Black
  • signed 2016-07-18 20:11:25 -0700
  • signed 2016-07-07 14:33:07 -0700
  • signed 2016-04-29 03:27:39 -0700
    I have many open CFPB complaints and still nothing. I have requested help since 2011 and all I get is passed off to other “preservation specialists” and nothing gets done to lower my payment. I have had many thousands of dollars in excessive fees and now owe double what I bought my home for and they are kicking out the people who they already foreclosed partially on so they can now up the amounts the properties are worth in the Portland, Oregon and surrounding areas. This is worse than the 2008 crisis. Wells Fargo will profit huge in the next few years and most of the foreclosure victims are living in the streets and homeless camps in Oregon!
  • signed 2016-03-22 18:43:30 -0700
  • signed 2016-02-12 12:39:56 -0800
    I’m going through a foreclosure with wells n Fargo and I have a lawyer. They gave me a in house loan modification with only 100 dollars off I Need help now to fight them
  • signed 2015-11-02 11:12:55 -0800
    I have already given up. Why is it so hard to pay? Why can they not process payments? The moment things get hard they get excited. Your hard time makes them more money. I asked for a loan modification and they offered me a forbearance. Yes, that will help me in this time of need. Paying you another $100 will surely help me pay you. Crazy.
  • signed 2015-09-21 00:39:57 -0700
    Criminal misconduct by Wells Fargo lawyers and executives against older people foreclosed WITHOUT MORTGAGE through tampering court and land records must be prosecuted. You do not need to borrow a cent to be foreclosed by Wells Fargo. they misuse cloned identities, steal funds from health care system and homeowners and backdate countless false documents to get secretly entered judgments. NO MORTGAGE AND NO DEBT VALIDATION ON ANYONE NEEDED.
  • signed 2015-06-29 12:41:21 -0700
  • signed 2015-06-16 15:10:34 -0700
    Jorge Luis Torres
  • signed 2015-05-05 17:40:49 -0700
  • signed 2015-05-01 08:16:59 -0700
    Wells fargo and these banks need to give it a rest if the house is the persons its there life is too short for major repetitive relocation. You need to work with the ones who’s in the right that are landlords and think if the same people were evicting you big bank workers you wouldn’t like it so leave the people who built this country alone and in there home$ – KiNG
  • signed 2015-04-23 13:14:16 -0700
  • signed via 2015-03-31 21:33:34 -0700
  • signed 2015-03-11 08:13:53 -0700
  • signed 2015-03-04 11:24:58 -0800
  • signed 2015-02-15 09:18:47 -0800
  • signed 2015-02-12 15:12:11 -0800
    Wells Fargo is in plenty of trouble with the government about fraud as well as their criminal buddy..OCWEN—but what about the folks that lost or will lose their homes? Why aren’t these crooks in jail?
  • signed 2015-01-26 10:20:19 -0800