Friday, September 12, 2014

Wells Fargo Protest September 13


WHAT:     Protest at Wells Fargo
WHERE:   40 Journal Square in Jersey City
WHEN:     Saturday September 13th, 2014, from 9:00 am until 2:00 pm

Contact: Cynthia Johnson (862) 237 1311

Grandmother’s Supporters to Hold Protest at Wells Fargo 
40 Journal Square Plaza in Jersey City

Orange, NJ – More than twenty years ago Susie Johnson – affectionately known as “Grandma Susie” – purchased her home in Orange, NJ. She instantly fell in love with the home and the neighborhood, frequently hosting barbeques and spending her days sitting on her front porch talking to neighbors. Now, more than 20 years later, Grandma Susie is elderly, disabled, and has been evicted from her home by Wells Fargo.

In addition, Wells Fargo has been torturing Ms. Susie with their cruel and unnecessary behaviors to cause her more distress. Chris Beck, owner, Express Asset Recovery, scrapped her cars including her deceased husbands’ custom van. They stole her appliances and broke and damaged many of her antiques and destroyed televisions and her refrigerator. Stephanie Soondar, their attorney, has been calling Grandma Susie's attorney threatening to dispose of her belongings even after the title and contract had been turned over to Grandma Susie.

We will be protesting the continued abuses of Susie Johnson, 80, an elderly and disabled woman who did not and does not deserve this abuse. All she says she wants to do is go home! Allow Susie to go home!

Mrs. Johnson is being represented by Jon Rory Skolnick, an attorney located in Springfield, N.J. The interesting part of this case is that Mrs. Johnson was foreclosed by Washington Mutual Bank, then J.P. Morgan Chase Bank. The foreclosure and sheriff sale was illegal, as three years prior to the commencing of foreclosure, Mrs. Johnson's loan was sold to Mass Mutual Insurance Company. Throughout the foreclosure proceedings, Washington Mutual, then J.P. Morgan misrepresented to the Court that they owned the note and mortgage, when in fact they had no interest by reason of the prior sale to Mass Mutual.

People’s Organization for Progress, Urban Communities United, Recovering and Rebuilding, Inc., Irvington NAACP, National Million Woman Movement, National Black Women’s Defense League

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