Chase Bank is foreclosing on the widow of an American war hero, Read the whole story at Shame the Banks.
I am a Vietnam War widow dealing with Chase/WAMU. On Monday, May 17th, 2010, unless I have legal or divine intervention Chase will sell my home of 38 years at auction on the courthouse steps in Oakland, California. I have been trying to work out my loan with Chase since July 2009.
I successfully completed a 3 month trial modification with manageable payments that dragged on for 5 months. On February 1st, the anniversary of the death of my husband, Captain James Eddie Reed, in Vietnam, a Chase rep telephoned me and stated "I know what today is for you . . . you have been denied . . . we are going to foreclose on your home. My home is also a bed and breakfast business. On April 24th I received the Notice of Trustee's Sale and it was taped to my door on April 26th -- something utterly devastating.
The one thing I know for sure is that my husband did not give his life for his country so a bank -- any bank -- could run rough shod over his family or countrymen....Read the rest of the story at Shame the Banks.
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