Cindi Silvers Davis and her husband, have tried very hard to work with their bank, Wells Fargo, but they say they have been mislead, they have been treated poorly, and now Wells Fargo is trying to put an advanced stage cancer victim out on the street.
Cindi has been a friend of mine for over five years. She lives in Mount Holly, North Carolina with her husband of 20 years, Kirk, and her 7 Special Needs pets, including her Deaf Service Dog, Katie. Cindi has fought breast cancer since 2008 and unfortunately, she's progressed to Stage 4 Breast Cancer. Cindi is such a caring person, she even volunteers for a charity to help people who have lost their jobs and homes care for their pets. Now, it's time for people to care for Cindi and show their support.
As Cindi and Kirk struggled to pay for the additional cancer treatment she requires, they had trouble paying the full mortgage payments each month, but they tried to pay as much as they could. Wells Fargo refused to accept partial payments -- and they are adding fees and penalties too. Cindi explained the situation to Wells Fargo and a bank representative said they would consider a solution, but the next she heard from the bank was a foreclosure notice.
I won't sit back and watch Wells Fargo take away my friend Cindi's home. Cindi's friends all across the country have held fundraisers to help Cindi out with her treatment. We've held yard sales and raffles. Cindi, who loves quilting, even made quilts to sell, but we won't be able to raise enough to save her home, but we need to make sure Cindi has the treatment and medication she needs. All donations will be aimed at her treatment at this time. Cindi wants to keep up with her payments, but she needs help. I've signed other petitions that helped homeowners save their homes and now I'm hoping you will join me to help save Cindi's home.
Please join me in asking Wells Fargo to stop the foreclosure on Cindi's home and negotiate a loan modification with her to help her save her home. This is the link to the blog with Cindi's backstory and donor link: http://hopeforcindi.blogspot.com
Cindi Silvers Davis and her husband, have tried very hard to work with the bank, but they say they have been mislead, they have been treated poorly, and now Wells Fargo is trying to put and advanced stage cancer victim out on the street. Despite attempts to pay what they can, Wells Fargo is refusing to accept anything less than full payment of the past due amount -- and adding fees and penalties.
I join Cindi's family and friends in asking Wells Fargo to stop the foreclosure and agree to modify her loan to ensure she can stay in her home.