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 2014-04-26 05:04:44 -0700
  • signed 2014-04-26 05:04:42 -0700
    Wait a minute. Foreclosures are still going on?


    We the people balanced the books for the banks, Wall Street and corrupt capitalist extremists.


    They’ve been paid for all the subprime loans. We the people own those homes being foreclosed upon.


    The more than 12 million citizens of this republic whose homes were foreclosed since 2008 have been swindled by the world class swindlers we bailed out.


    Enough!!!
  • signed 2014-04-26 05:04:40 -0700
  • signed 2014-04-26 05:04:39 -0700
    Dear Wells Fargo:


    We U.S. taxpayers bailed you out.


    If we had not, you would not be in business any more.


    The least you can do is to halt foreclosures and — presuming that you really have valid title to a given mortgage — work out loan modifications that are fair to the mortgagors.
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