• Petitioned CitiMortgage

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Reverse Rose McGee's sheriff's sale and issue her a new mortgage!

    1. Petition by

      David Snyder

Rose is a master storyteller, longtime community leader, and the widow of prominent African American attorney William McGee. With steady income, money saved up and the Northside Community Reinvestment Coalition at her side, she was promised that CitiMortgage was reviewing her case for a loan modification. After several weeks of calls, a Citi representative told her on June 4th that her home had actually been sold on May 18th. Visit http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=62WjyPT4-PI to watch our video and meet Rose, then sign our petition!

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    • Lurah Bean MINNEAPOLIS, MN
      • about 2 years ago

      Because she deserves a chance to keep her home. Also, she is my sister in Christ and I care what happens to her.

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    • Sybil Lang ST. LOUIS PARK, MN
      • about 2 years ago

      This epidemic needs to stop!!!

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    • Rev. JacQueline Frazier RICHFIELD, MI
      • about 2 years ago

      I've known Ms. Rose for over 10 yrs., and she has always been a great advocate for others in the different communities. Now however, its time for us to speak on behalf of such an awesome Woman. Stability is something that we all need however, it is hard to have that and work to the capacity which is needed, when leaders are misplaced due to food clothing and shelter. I pray for God's will to be done concerning this matter.

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    • Leona Foster BROOKLYN PARK, MN
      • about 2 years ago

      Foreclosures and walk-aways should be avoided at all costs , banks working together w/families to stay in their homes because neighborhoods are strengthened by homes staying occupied. I've personally known Rose for 30 years, to be a woman of purpose and integrity; not a deadbeat nor irresponsible. It is misleading to encourage someone to believe thay can recover from a $$ setback, only to have the same people to turn the table over for their advantage. Had she been told that up front, it would have been honest and less painful. Reverse the sheriff's sale! The new persons will not have taken possession and able to recover their disappointment more quickly than Rose as a longtime resident of 18 years.

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    • Pam Jackson MINNEAPOLIS, MN
      • about 2 years ago

      It just isn't fair. The homeowner is a victim of a bank's non-communication.

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