• Petitioned John Stumpf

This petition was delivered to:

Wells Fargo CEO
John Stumpf
Attorney General Kamala Harris, Department of Justice

Reject Foreclosure Compensation Checks

    1. Petition by

      Donna Vieira

      reno, NV

As people’s attorney, 49-State Attorneys General and the Department of Justice have no rights to LEGALIZE financial fraud, and ALLOW “Too Big To Fail” banks to illegally strip away our financial wealth and retirement savings. 

An attorney has no legal right to make decisions/settlements without the clients’ knowledge and approval.  Financial fraud was committed. Justice is not served.  I am rejecting the Foreclosure Compensation Check.  The check is mailed to Attorney General Kamala Harris’s SF Office. 

Evidence:

$243,000 underwater as soon as we signed Wells Fargo's loan contract before the ink dried.

Attorney General suspended Wells Fargo hand-picked appraiser’s license for committing appraisal fraud on our home.

Wells Fargo admitted that the mortgage loan shouldn’t be originated in the first place and promised to buy back its fraudulent loan in 2006.

In 2010, despite our repeated plea and total cash payments of $350,000, Wells Fargo still chose to wrongfully foreclose our home.

I confronted Wells Fargo CEO in person in 2011, asked him not to steal our home. He had policemen arrested me instead.

If you feel TBTF banks have destroyed our justice system, If you feel that you have not been adequately represented by your Attorney General, if you feel that you have been defrauded by your bank and justice is not served, please sign the petition. 

www.NoJusticeZone.com

 

To:
John Stumpf, Wells Fargo CEO
Attorney General Kamala Harris, Department of Justice
We demand real financial compensation that the state and federal laws entitled us, not pennies on the dollar, as a slap on the face mockery. Attorneys General and Department of Justice shall NOT put JUSTICE for sale.

Sincerely,
[Your name]

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