Posted 5 years ago on Jan. 21, 2012, 4:41 p.m. EST by OccupyNews
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How many "in your face" Occupiers does it take to sign an online petition?
Here is Rachel Kendal's story...
"Rachel Kendall asked Wells Fargo to modify her mortgage to a lower rate. Wells Fargo granted Rachel a 6 month forbearance plan but when Rachel went to their branch to make her payment Wells refused to accept her payment and told her to make it over the phone but that didn't work either - they would not accept it! They told Rachel to wire the payment which she did but it was never credited to her account. Two weeks later Rachel found a notice of sale on her door. One month later she lost her home to auction. Please tell Wells Fargo to rescind Rachel Kendall's foreclosure auction!"
If you have signed the petition to tell the head of Wells Fargo to FUCK OFF for stealing a home when the family was complying with GOVERNMENT MANDATED rules and guidelines for getting a government sponsored reduced home mortgage, you are part of the 1%!
The other 99% of the occupiers are the narcissistic scumbags who have to be seen protesting on the streets so they can feel important, and possibly score, or score some weed, or break a window, but don't have the time to take TWO MINUTES to sign a petition that might make a difference.
Sign the fucking petition, you Kramer, you.
I'm not crazy about all the info they ask for before one can sign the petition to save this families home from parallel foreclosure.
I recommend using your real name and email address (I think the email address is kept private), then write a fake address and zip code if you like. Coin flip on the state you list.
If you don't believe that parallel foreclosure exists, that's like saying that nobody was imprisoned in world war II and then killed.
google parallel foreclosure and learn for yourself.