Petition Closed
Petitioning Wells Fargo CEO (Patricia Callahan) and 11 others

WELLS FARGO bank of thieves - Loan modification and foreclosure

My husband, a Veteran of the Air Force and devoting years of his life went to Afghanistan as a contractor after separating from the service. As the violence increased, it became important to our family that he return home. After being denied unemployment and appealing, six months later it was finally approved. He enrolled in school full-time and pursued his disability entitlement. A year later and the state cut his unemployment benefits because they're out of money, the disability is still processing and our financial nightmare began. We fell behind on our mortgage, the kind bank increased our monthly payment to accommodate our inability to make a payment for two months. But we managed to overcome for a few months. During this time we were both struggling to find employment and then a blessing of a career has landed my husband. We could apply for a loan modification now! But it was denied because we didnt have the income. Now it's been 4 months and I've finally found a job so we've begun the process again. The VA is dragging their feet on his compensation and has only given him 20% rating, which took over a year. Now they demand more C & P's.... If only Wells Fargo could support a Veteran and family that's trying!! (Congrats to my husband, he just graduated with honors - blessings!)

Letter to
Wells Fargo CEO (Patricia Callahan)
President of the United States
Arkansas State Senate
and 9 others
Arkansas State House
U.S. Senate
U.S. House of Representatives
Loan Modifications Wells Fargo
Wells Fargo CEO (John Stumpf)
Wells Fargo CEO (Kevin Rhein)
Wells Fargo CEO (Todd M. Boothroyd)
Wells Fargo CEO (David Hoyt)
Arkansas Governor
I just signed the following petition addressed to: Wells Fargo.

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Stop trying to foreclose on our home and modify the loan

My husband, a Veteran of the Air Force and devoting years of his life went to Afghanistan as a contractor after separating from the service. As the violence increased, it became important to our family that he return home. After being denied unemployment and appealing, six months later it was finally approved. He enrolled in school full-time and pursued his disability entitlement. A year later and the state cut his unemployment benefits because they're out of money, the disability is still processing and our financial nightmare began. We fell behind on our mortgage, the kind bank increased our monthly payment to accommodate our inability to make a payment for two months. But we managed to overcome for a few months. During this time we were both struggling to find employment and then a blessing of a career has landed my husband. We could apply for a loan modification now! But it was denied because we didnt have the income. Now it's been 4 months and I've finally found a job so we've begun the process again. The VA is dragging their feet on his compensation and has only given him 20% rating, which took over a year. Now they demand more C & P's.... If only Wells Fargo could support a Veteran and family that's trying!! (Congrats to my husband, he just graduated with honors - blessings!)
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Sincerely,