Today, clergy members and homeowners will descend on Bank of America’s annual shareholder meeting to protest the big bank’s fraudulent loan practices. The Charlotte Observer writes:
Demonstrators at Bank of America Corp.’s annual meeting today plan to highlight an investigation that found thousands of questionable loan documents filed in Guilford County.
The county’s register of deeds, Jeff Thigpen, said last week his office found about 4,500 documents that carried apparently fraudulent signatures. The banks involved included Bank of America and Wells Fargo & Co.
Gerald Taylor, leader of a coalition of religious leaders called N.C. United Power, said the findings will be part of a protest outside and inside the bank’s shareholder meeting in Charlotte. The group has been targeting the Charlotte-based bank’s handling of foreclosures.
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