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Help save mom’s home!

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Save Mom’s Home

Nov 12, 2017 — After a long and uncertain summer, we are extremely happy to report that we have reached a settlement deal with Wells Fargo. Mom’s house is now foreclosure free and she will be able to spend the rest of her life in her home!

This is a hard won dream come true for our family and we could not have come this far without your generous support. We thank each and every one of you who signed our petition and donated funds to help save Mom’s home. You made a difference!

We give special thanks to The Foreclosure Resisters who flew us down to Florida to attend the Wells Fargo Shareholders Meeting this past April where we made our personal appeal to CEO, Tim Sloan. Our presentations made a convincing argument whereby Mr. Sloan was moved to offer his pledge to work with us to Save Mom’s Home.

Together we have shown action can create a miracle!

Thank you from the bottom of our hearts,

Mom’s Family

Urgent: We Are Close To Finalizing A Deal With Wells Fargo But We Need Your Help To Make It Happen.

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