EMERGENCY UPDATE RE Occupy Fort Lauderdale attempting to stop heinous foreclosure by Wells Fargo – Eviction Monday!

EMERGENCY UPDATE: RE Occupy Fort Lauderdale attempting to stop heinous foreclosure by Wells Fargo Breaking!: Despite having been informed today by a Wells Fargo representative earlier today that they would be able to stay in their home until January 3, Occupy Ft. Lauderdale has just learned that the Bien-Aimé’s were delivered notice late this afternoon … Read more

Press Release: Occupy Fort Lauderdale attempting to stop heinous foreclosure by Wells Fargo; Occupy actions planned

– FOR WIDE RELEASE –    December 16, 2011 Topic: Occupy Fort Lauderdale attempting to stop heinous foreclosure by Wells Fargo Contacts: Christine Weinbrecht                         Adam Salater                 419-265-3001                                 954-610-4333                 christineoccupies@gmail.com            asalater1@yahoo.com Coconut Creek case exemplifies the worst of a broken system; Occupy actions planned Despite being willing and able to pay the bank … Read more

Lender Processing Services (LPS) Ends DOWN 17.53% for the Day, Closes at $14.30

I wonder what happened??? It’s down even further on after hours… ~ 4closureFraud.org

Saturday Dec 17th | Occupy Foreclosures Teach-in @ OccupyMiami#

~ 4closureFraud.org

FORECLOSURE FRAUD MUST STOP NOW! TELL WELLS FARGO TO DO THE RIGHT THING AND REVERSE THE BIEN-AIMÉ’S FORECLOSURE

FORECLOSURE FRAUD MUST STOP NOW! The Bien-Aimé’s built their dream house 10 years ago… …BUT IT MAY BE STOLEN ANY DAY BY BANK-ROBBERS! NOT MASKED MEN WHO ROB BANKS, NO! UNDER FORECLOSURES… …THE BANKS ROB US!!! The Bien-Aimé’s were paying their mortgage on time; they’d fallen behind a few years ago but had gotten a … Read more

William C. Dudley, President of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, Makes Strong Pitch for More Aggressive Housing Policies Including Targeted Principal Reduction Program

Top Fed Official Makes Strong Pitch for More Aggressive Housing Policies Including Targeted Principal Reduction Program Washington, DC (Dec. 16, 2011)—The President of the New York Federal Reserve Bank today called for much more aggressive action to address the nation’s housing crisis, including a targeted program to reduce the principal of certain mortgages in order … Read more