CA: Join in Ana Casas Wilson's Last Stand For Her HomeOccupyOurHomes on October 24, 2012
Ana Casas Wilson of South Gate, California has been fighting Wells Fargo and US Bank for her home. Peggy Mears of the community group ACCE reports that, "She has been struggling for months to get Wells Fargo and US Bank to accept her money and stop foreclosing on her home of forty years. She is now faced with being forcibly evicted from her home by sheriff’s deputies tomorrow (Wednesday)."
ACCE is organizing to help Ana and has asked supporters around the country to make calls to Wells and US Bank today to stop the eviction.
Can you call US Bank CEO Richard K. Davis at 877-753-0557 and Well Fargo CEO John Stumpf at 888-253-8295 and tell them to negotiate with Ana Casas Wilson of South Gate?
Ana hasn’t had it easy. She grew up in the working class Los Angeles suburb of South Gate. She was born with cerebral palsy and has worked her entire life as a disability rights advocate. She lives there with her husband James, a school employee, her mother, a homecare worker, and her 18 year old son. In 2009, after she was diagnosed with stage 4 breast cancer, James had to take off work to take care of her. She tried to get a loan modification but was foreclosed on – even though their income recovered quickly!
On top of all this, yesterday Ana celebrated her 50th birthday, forced to prepare for this stand-off!
Please pick up the phone right now and call US Bank CEO Richard K. Davis at 877-753-0557 and Well Fargo CEO John Stumpf at 888-253-8295 and tell them to negotiate with Ana Casas Wilson of South Gate. Click here for a sample script and to report back.
Ana is standing up for her family and for all homeowners that have been mistreated by the greed and criminal behavior of Wall Street thugs like Richard K. Davis. Let’s stand up for Ana.
Call US Bank CEO Richard K. Davis at 877-753-0557 and then call Well Fargo CEO John Stumpf at 888-253-8295. You are likely to get their assistants so tell them you'd like to leave a message.
Please be polite but firm. Speak from the heart and use this sample script as a guide:
"Hello, my name is _____________________ and I'd like to leave a message for (Mr. Davis or Mr. Stumpf). I am calling about the case of Ana Casas Wilson of South Gate, California. I am calling upon you to do the right thing and call off her eviction and negotiate a fair modification. She is willing and able to pay. Thank you."
If you get a voicemail leave a message.
When you are done, report back and tell us what happened at this page.