PNC Bank Protest — Help Yin Wong Stay in Her Home!

IMG_2779_1On March 15, 2013, few dozen protestors from the Alliance of Californians for Community Empowerment, Occupy Bernal, Occupy Noe and other organizations protested PNC Bank’s seventh attempt to evict disabled senior Yin Wong from her San Francisco Bayview home even though she made all her payments on time. The Foreclosure and Eviction Fighters and their supporters shut down the entrances to the PNC Bank branch on the 28th floor of 575 Market Street, as well as access to the rest of the building except through a loading dock on the rear side of the building. The group demanded that PNC Bank cancel the eviction and sell Yin Wong her home.

Media coverage: Huffington Post

Videos and photos:

Links: Action Alert    Protest at PNC on August 27, 2012    Protest at PNC on July 26, 2012    OLD PNC Action flyer in English    OLD PNC Action Flyer in Chinese

PNC Bank Protest — Stop Eviction and Help Yin Wong Keep Her Family Home

PNC Bank plans to evict Foreclosure and Eviction Fighter Yin Wong and her family from their home in Bayview. We have to stop them!

 
Please take action with these steps to save their home:

NOTE: PNC Bank has been blacklisting email addresses, so if you can send your email from another email address please do so.

1) Call and email these PNC staff with the message below:

  • PNC CEO James E. Rohr right now at 412-762-2294 (may transfer to Executive Complaint Office voicemail) or 412-963-6133 (home)
  • PNC Bank President William Demchak at 917-348-1173 (cell)
  • PNC Senior Vice President Thomas Hyland at 212-527-3938
  • PNC Bank Vice President of Corporate Communications Fred Solomon at 412-762-7544

To: james.e.rohr@pnc.com, james.rohr@pnc.com, bill.demchak@pnc.com, thomas.hyland@pnc.com, frederick.solomon@pnc.com
Cc: alisa.winslow@pnc.com, alok.satyawadi@pnc.com, andrew.siwulec@pnc.com, angela.gammage@pnc.com, barbara.martocci@pnc.com, barbara.stuck@pnc.com, catherine.bernard@pnc.com, dale.klose@pnc.com, daniel.potter@pnc.com, david.aloise@pnc.com, deborah.vanvalkenburgh@pnc.com, ginger.siegel@pnc.com, jerry.furby@pnc.com, joel.roediger@pnc.com, john.robinson@pnc.com, john.turner@pnc.com, joseph.chasteen@pnc.com, karen.larrimer@pnc.com, kevin.scheffler@pnc.com, kim.mcneil@pnc.com, laura.watson@pnc.com, liz.kuonen@pnc.com, lou.stempkowski@pnc.com, michael.delgado@pnc.com, michael.golden@pnc.com, michael.ley@pnc.com, robert.andres@pnc.com, sam.colton@pnc.com, sean.costello@pnc.com, susan.campbell@pnc.com, william.lashbrook@pnc.com, action@occupytheauctions.org
Subject: Stop Eviction and Sell Yin Wong (#0002043106) Her Family Home

Dear PNC,

Please postpone the seventh eviction attempt you’ve scheduled for March 6, and sell San Francisco resident Yin Wong and her daughter Wai Cheung (PNC mortgage customer loan #0002043106) their family home in Bayview. After PNC purchased their mortgage loan from National City Mortgage, they received no notification of the purchase so their EFT payment didn’t make it to PNC, which rapidly foreclosed on their home and has tried six times to evict them. They have always paid and been prepared to pay their mortgage, so please negotiate with them and settle this matter fairly.

Sincerely,

your name here

2) Sign the OccupyOurHomes.org Petition.

3) Stay tuned for 6:00am Wednesday home eviction defense at Yin Wong’s home, which may last all day. Those who wish to commit civil disobedience (i.e. take an arrest) may have the opportunity to do so, although anyone who doesn’t want to risk arrest may of course also participate.

Background

PNC Bank is stealing the home of Yin Wong, disabled senior by ILLEGALLY foreclosing on her and her family after National City Mortgage sold the loan on her home to PNC Bank. The first she heard of PNC’s purchase of the loan was a foreclosure notice in the mail. Even though Yin Wong has the money to pay the loan and has tried to get PNC Bank to accept it, PNC has refused and has pushed eviction proceedings forward even after four prior court appearances during which the Superior Court judge urged PNC to correct the problem. Yin Wong has tried over and over to work with PNC, but PNC has refused to work with her.

PNC Bank did the exact same thing with the Cruz family in Minneapolis… thousands of people have protested their eviction, organizing to re-occupy their home with dozens of arrests.

Let’s stand together to fight back and let banks know that we won’t let them foreclosure on families illegally.

JOIN US AND DEMAND PNC WORK WITH YIN TO KEEP HER HOME!!!

To get involved or for more information, call Grace at ACCE at +1-415-377-6872 or email gmartinez@calorganize.org

Links: Protest at PNC on March 15, 2013    Protest at PNC on August 27, 2012    Protest at PNC on July 26, 2012    OLD PNC Action flyer in English    OLD PNC Action Flyer in Chinese

For updates and this action alert: http://occupytheauctions.org/wordpress/?p=8439

ALERT: Demand PNC Bank Stop Eviction and Reinstate Yin Wong’s Loan to Keep Her Family in Their Home

Update as of August 29, 2012: Eviction now scheduled for September 5, 2012. Yin Wong obtained a one-week postponement of the eviction from the California State Superior Court. PNC Bank President and another contact have expressed a willingness to discuss the case, but the discussion has not yet happened, so please keep up the pressure on PNC Bank with the action alert below.


Update as of August 28, 2012: The strain over the sixth potential eviction of her family from their home, scheduled for TOMORROW, Wednesday, August 29, sent Yin Wong into the hospital with an aggravated high blood pressure condition on Monday. Please call and email PNC Bank NOW to postpone the eviction and offer her the opportunity to reinstate her mortgage loan so she and her family can remain in the home.


Update as of July 31, 2012: PNC Bank postpones eviction of Yin Wong and her family.


Update as of July 26, 2012 (afternoon): Check out the photos, videos, and a description of the protest to support Yin Wong and her family at the San Francisco branch of PNC Bank.


Update as of July 26, 2012 (morning): The PNC phone numbers in the alert weren’t reaching our targets… please try calling with the new phone numbers listed below.


PNC Bank plans to evict Foreclosure and Eviction Fighter Yin Wong and her family from their home in Bayview. We have to stop them!

 
Please take action with four steps to save their home:

1) Call these PNC staff with the message below:

  • PNC CEO James E. Rohr right now at 412-762-2294 (may transfer to Executive Complaint Office voicemail) or 412-963-6133 (home)
  • PNC Bank President William Demchak at 917-348-1173 (cell)
  • PNC Senior Vice President Thomas Hyland at 212-527-3938
  • PNC Bank Vice President of Corporate Communications Fred Solomon at 412-762-7544

“How does it feel to know you’ve sent someone into the hospital with a life-threatening condition just because you refuse to talk with them about how they can make payments — as she always did in full and on time — on their mortgage loan? Please postpone the sixth eviction attempt you’ve scheduled for September 5 (was August 29), and immediately reinstate the mortgage loan of San Francisco resident Yin Wong and her daughter Wai Cheung (PNC mortgage customer loan #0002043106) to keep their family in their Bayview home. After PNC purchased their mortgage loan from National City Mortgage, they received no notification of the purchase so their EFT payment didn’t make it to PNC, which rapidly foreclosed on their home and has tried several times to evict them. They have always been prepared to pay their mortgage, so please negotiate with them and settle this matter fairly.”

2) Send this email right now to PNC CEO James E. Rohr–-

To: james.e.rohr@pnc.com, james.rohr@pnc.com, bill.demchak@pnc.com, thomas.hyland@pnc.com, frederick.solomon@pnc.com
Cc: alisa.winslow@pnc.com, alok.satyawadi@pnc.com, andrew.siwulec@pnc.com, angela.gammage@pnc.com, barbara.martocci@pnc.com, barbara.stuck@pnc.com, catherine.bernard@pnc.com, dale.klose@pnc.com, daniel.potter@pnc.com, david.aloise@pnc.com, deborah.vanvalkenburgh@pnc.com, ginger.siegel@pnc.com, jerry.furby@pnc.com, joel.roediger@pnc.com, john.robinson@pnc.com, john.turner@pnc.com, joseph.chasteen@pnc.com, karen.larrimer@pnc.com, kevin.scheffler@pnc.com, kim.mcneil@pnc.com, laura.watson@pnc.com, liz.kuonen@pnc.com, lou.stempkowski@pnc.com, michael.delgado@pnc.com, michael.golden@pnc.com, michael.ley@pnc.com, robert.andres@pnc.com, sam.colton@pnc.com, sean.costello@pnc.com, susan.campbell@pnc.com, william.lashbrook@pnc.com, action@occupytheauctions.org
Subject: Stop Eviction and Reinstate Yin Wong’s Loan (#0002043106) to Keep Her Family in Their Home

Dear PNC,

How does it feel to know you’ve sent someone into the hospital with a life-threatening condition just because you refuse to talk with them about how they can make payments — as she always did in full and on time — on their mortgage loan?

Please postpone the sixth eviction attempt you’ve scheduled for September 5 (was August 29), and immediately reinstate the mortgage loan of San Francisco resident Yin Wong and her daughter Wai Cheung (PNC mortgage customer loan #0002043106) to keep their family in their Bayview home

After PNC purchased their mortgage loan from National City Mortgage, they received no notification of the purchase so their EFT payment didn’t make it to PNC, which rapidly foreclosed on their home and has tried several times to evict them. They have always been prepared to pay their mortgage, so please negotiate with them and settle this matter fairly.

Sincerely,

your name here

3) Sign the OccupyOurHomes.org Petition.

4) Stay tuned for 6:00am Wednesday home eviction defense at Yin Wong’s home, which may last all day. Those who wish to commit civil disobedience (i.e. take an arrest) may have the opportunity to do so, although anyone who doesn’t want to risk arrest may of course also participate.

Background

PNC Bank is stealing the home of Yin Wong, disabled senior by ILLEGALLY foreclosing on her and her family after National City Mortgage sold the loan on her home to PNC Bank. The first she heard of PNC’s purchase of the loan was a foreclosure notice in the mail. Even though Yin Wong has the money to pay the loan and has tried to get PNC Bank to accept it, PNC has refused and has pushed eviction proceedings forward even after four prior court appearances during which the Superior Court judge urged PNC to correct the problem. Yin Wong has tried over and over to work with PNC, but PNC has refused to work with her.

PNC Bank did the exact same thing with the Cruz family in Minneapolis… thousands of people have protested their eviction, organizing to re-occupy their home with dozens of arrests.

Let’s stand together to fight back and let banks know that we won’t let them foreclosure on families illegally.

JOIN US AND DEMAND PNC WORK WITH YIN TO KEEP HER HOME!!!

To get involved or for more information, call Grace at ACCE at +1-415-377-6872 or email gmartinez@calorganize.org

Links: Protest at PNC    Prior Protest at PNC    PNC Action flyer in English    PNC Action Flyer in Chinese

For updates and this action alert: http://occupytheauctions.org/wordpress/?p=3672

ACCE and Occupy Take on Fortress Investment Group and PNC Bank

About 40 strong, ACCE and Occupy Bernal Foreclosure and Eviction Fighters and supporters demonstrated on August 27, 2012, at the San Francisco offices of PNC Bank and Fortress Investment Group, which owns 77 percent of Nationstar.

Links: Videos    Photos    Media Coverage    Press Release


Videos

Thanks to Peter Menchini for the first video.


Photos


Media Coverage

KQED Article

San Francisco Business Times Article

Action: Nationstar 7 Take on Fortress Hedge-Fund Billionaire Peter Briger to Save Foreclosed Homes

For Immediate Release

Contact:

Nationstar 7 Take on Fortress Hedge-Fund Billionaire Peter Briger to Save Foreclosed Homes

Growing Number of Nationstar and PNC Bank Homeowners Stand Together Against Mistakes in Foreclosure and Loan Modifications

SAN FRANCISCO – This Monday, August 27, members of the Alliance of Californians for Community Empowerment (ACCE), Occupy Bernal, and supporters will protest at Fortress Investment Group, majority owners of Nationstar Mortgage, and at PNC Bank offices in San Francisco for foreclosing on and attempting to evict eight San Francisco Foreclosure and Eviction Fighters (FEFs).

Homeowners facing foreclosure and eviction will call on billionaire Peter Briger, Board Co-Chair of the Fortress Investment Group, to halt Fortress’ “Great Liquidation” strategy for acquiring distressed credit, which they refer to as “Financial Services Garbage Collection”.

Seven of these FEFs, known as the “Nationstar 7″, have made repeated attempts to reach Nationstar in the last month, when Aurora Loan Servicing sold their entire loan portfolio to Nationstar. A recent Denver Post article reports that this sale was a re-branding attempt by Aurora, perhaps in an attempt to avoid lawsuits from Aurora mortgage holders nationwide. So far, Nationstar has responded only with eviction notices, such as the one received by Nationstar 7 FEF Denise Collins scheduled for this Wednesday, August 29.

“Billionaire Peter Briger over at the Fortress better not try to take us out with the trash,” said Denise Collins. “We’re not garbage — we’re homeowners trying to make our payments and take care of our families.”

PNC Bank previously postponed the eviction of Yin Wong and her family six times, but instead of following up with an offer of a fair deal loan modification, they have issued another eviction notice for this Wednesday, August 29.

Press Conference

WHEN:   Monday, August 27 at 12:00pm (noon)
WHERE:  Fortress Investment Group Offices, One Market Plaza, Spear Tower, San Francisco, CA
WHO:    ACCE and Occupy Bernal Foreclosure and Eviction Fighters, the Nationstar 7, Yin Wong, and supporters

PNC Protest–

WHEN:   Monday, August 27 at 10:00am
WHERE:  PNC Bank Offices, meet in front of 575 Market St., San Francisco, CA
(at 11:00am, a march to One Market Plaza)

Nationstar Protest–

WHEN:   Monday, August 27 at 12:00pm (noon)
WHERE:  Fortress Investment Group Offices, One Market Plaza, Spear Tower, San Francisco, CA

Background on Nationstar Cases

Nationstar is one of the largest home mortgage loan servicers in the United States. The Fortress Investment Group, a humongous hedge fund operation run by many former Goldman Sachs employees, owns 77 percent of Nationstar. James Briger is a billionaire hedge-fund strategist, Co-Chair of the Board of Directors of the Fortress Investment Group, and a former partner at Goldman Sachs, known for its role in financial malfeasance that led to the current economic crash.

The San Francisco City Attorney’s Office previously investigated the role of Fortress Investment Group in the wake of housing advocates’ concerns that tenants have been issued a high volume of notices warning that they could face eviction due to unpaid utility fees just after Fortress acquired a controlling interest in the 3,221-unit San Francisco residential compound at Park Merced. Housing activists report that Fortress is evading San Francisco rent control laws, forcing out current tenants to renovate or build new units without rent control protections.

Kim Mitchell purchased his home on 8 Le Conte Cir. in 2005, after living in Bayview Hunters Point his whole life. When Kim’s loan payments begin to increase, Kim called Aurora to apply for a modification. He was told that he needed to be behind for 6 months to qualify for a modification. After 6 months of holding on to his payments, he applied for modification and entered into a trial modification. He paid on the trial modification for one year, never missing a payment. In December 2010, Kim reached out to Aurora about his last payment and if he was going to receive a permanent modification. He was informed to not to bother sending this last payment in as they were not going to approve his modification request because he was missing paperwork.

“After three years of fighting for my home, Aurora let me believe that if I got behind, I would qualify for a modification,” says Denise Collins, an ACCE FEF who is also one of the Nationstar 7. “They had committed to rescind my foreclosure and modify my loan, but a week before Aurora ‘sold’ its loans to Nationstar, they told me they had changed their mind and I no longer qualify.”

In mid-January 2011, a potential buyer approached Kim Mitchell’s home and informed him that his home was up for auction that day. This was the first he had heard of a sale date after a year of paying on a trial modification. However, it’s still unclear who exactly homes the note on the home as Aurora Loan Services, according to its website, is closed and “transitioned all accounts to new servicers”. Aurora continues to be named as the party evicting Kim Mitchell.

But according to the Denver Post article on July 5, 2012, as many as 1,400 Aurora Loan Servicer employee would be retained as employees to Nationstar.

“At this point, I’m not sure who is evicting me, Nationstar, Aurora…” said Kim Mitchell, “We’ve tried to call both. But I’m going to fight to keep my home.”

Last Wednesday, August 22, 2012, about 40 ACCE and Occupy organizers showed up at the Mitchell’s home and succeeded in pressuring Nationstar to fax the San Francisco Sheriff to postpone the eviction of Kim Mitchell and his family that day.

The activists are now continuing to pressure Nationstar to rescind the foreclosure and offer Kim Mitchell, as well as the rest of the Nationstar 7, affordable loan modifications.

Nationstar and PNC Bank Foreclosure and Evictions Fighters will be available for interviews at the press conference.

The Nationstar 7 are Denise Collins (60 Garnett Terrace), Vivian Richardson (1479 Quesada Ave.), Mike Doyle (1471 18th Ave.), Daniel Pociernicki (324 Bocana St.), Sherrell Fennell-Murphy (400 Alemany, Unit 5), Kim Mitchell (8 LeConte Ct.), and John Nolan (1175 Palou).

Background on PNC Cases

PNC Bank is illegally foreclosing on the home of Yin Wong, a disabled senior, after National City Mortgage sold the loan on her home to PNC Bank. The first she heard of PNC’s purchase of the loan was a foreclosure notice in the mail. Even though Yin Wong has the money to pay the loan and has tried to get PNC Bank to accept it, PNC has refused and has pushed eviction proceedings forward even after four prior court appearances during which the Superior Court judge urged PNC to correct the problem. Yin Wong has tried over and over to work with PNC, but PNC has refused to work with her.

“I paid every month,” said Yin Wong, ACCE Foreclosure Fighter, “PNC never called or talked to me until they foreclosed on my home. PNC is trying to steal my home.”

PNC Bank did the exact same thing with the Cruz family in Minneapolis… thousands of people protested their eviction, organizing to re-occupy their home with dozens of arrests.

Organizations and Campaign

ACCE is the Alliance of Californians for Community Empowerment and is a network of dozens of community based organizations across California working in 14 different counties to raise the voice of low income, immigrant and working families across the state  for better jobs, schools, healthcare and housing.  In San Francisco, ACCE chapters work in the city’s lowest income communities to bring accountable and transparent investment back to their communities to achieve these goals.  For more information visit www.calorganize.org.

Occupy Bernal is a neighborhood-based Occupy currently focusing on preventing the banks from throwing our neighbors out of their homes. Web: www.occupybernal.org

Occupy the Auctions/Evictions is a campaign to halt for-profit and predatory evictions, foreclosures, and foreclosure auctions in San Francisco and beyond. Web: www.occupytheauctions.org and www.occupyevictions.org

Updates and Photos

For updates, photos, and for this release on the web: http://occupytheauctions.org/wordpress/?p=4096

San Francisco Activists Demand PNC Bank Keep Wong Family in Their Home

Around 50 San Francisco activists from ACCE, Occupy Bernal, Occupy Noe, and other groups gathered at the PNC Bank branch office at 575 Market Street in San Francisco to demand that PNC negotiate with Yin Wong to keep her and her family in their home.

The protest started with discussions and lively speeches on the Market Street sidewalk, including Yin Wong telling her story. Then, protestors crossed the bridge over the “moat” on the way into the skyscraper where PNC’s office is located. The security guards scurried to lock several doors as we approached, but Yin and some other protestors made it inside the building.

PNC staff refused to let them ascend into their office on the 28th floor of the building, but said they would come downstairs to discuss the situation. At long last, Yin Wong was able to deliver a letter to PNC staff to fax to PNC CEO James Rohr in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

The bad news is that we heard PNC plans to evict Yin Wong as soon as this coming Wednesday. However, we are hopeful that we can find ways to delay the eviction to give time for PNC Bank to come to the table and negotiate for the Wong family to remain in their home.

Media Coverage: Bay Guardian Article


Videos

Thanks to Peter Menchini for this video:



Freemansullivan Videostream


Photos

Thanks to Peter Menchini for the first five photos below.

June 21 at the Auctions: Solidarity With the Cruz Family, Celebrating Auction Postponements for Archbishop King and Sheila Walsh

On June 21, 2012, we celebrated the postponement of the sale of Archbishop Franzo King’s home and Sheila Walsh’s home and continued with our mission of protesting all of the banks’ residential foreclosure auctions in San Francisco.

On June 21, 2012, the auctioneers went ahead with the sale of one family’s homes in San Francisco (41 Federal St #22 went to investor Thomas Redmond and none went to the bank) despite blowing whistles, playing loud music, and yelling in protest.

In solidarity with the thrice-evicted Cruz family in Minneapolis, some of us went over to the PNC Bank office at 575 Market St, 28th floor, to demand that PNC reverse the eviction, especially since the bank itself admits it made an error. A few of us made it into the office and tried to get the office manager to fax our demand to reverse the auction and eviction of the Cruz’s home to PNC’s CEO. The administrative assistant who greeted us told us that the office manager was out of the office and that she didn’t have the authority to send a fax to the CEO’s office. We trust that PNC got the message loud and clear in any case and we’re prepared to return as necessary if they didn’t. San Francisco wishes the best of luck to the Cruz family in securing their home.

Thanks to everyone who helped out (including Peter Menchini who provided the final four photos below)!

June 21 National Day of Action in Support of the Cruz Family

Despite acknowledging that the Cruzes foreclosure was due to a bank error and repeated claims that they are working “behind the scenes” to get the Cruz family back in their home, PNC Bank has refused to accept the documents necessary for the loan to be modified. Take action in support of Alejandra and David by writing to PNC Bank and Freddie Mac!

Learn more about the June 21 National Day of Action in support of the Cruz family here.

Note: The Occupy the Auctions action at San Francisco City Hall at 1:45pm on Thursday, June 21, will be dedicated to the Cruz family (in addition to our own local Foreclosure and Eviction Fighter Sheila Walsh) and we may have a follow-on action supporting them.

Bank Management

Bank Management are people who have the power to make or influence decisions of the banks to evict our neighbors from their homes, foreclose on their homes, and/or sell their homes at foreclosure auctions due to predatory or for-profit mortgage loans.

Bank Conglomerates

Ally

Owner of bankrupt GMAC Mortgage home loan corporation. Headquarters in Detroit, Michigan.

Bank of America

Headquarters in Charlotte, North Carolina. Acquired Countrywide.

Citigroup

Headquarters in New York, New York.

Fannie Mae

The Federal National Mortgage Association, nicknamed “Fannie Mae”, is a government sponsored enterprise (GSE) designed to facilitate a secondary market, or “securitization” of mortgage loans. The U.S. government, specifically the Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA), took over Freddie Mac, along with Fannie Mae, on September 7, 2008, and the U.S. Treasury has pumped billions into purchases of Freddie Mac stock to prop up the enterprise. Headquarters in Washington, D.C..

  • Timothy J Mayopoulos, CEO, +1 202-752-7000 (and +1 877-753-0562?)

Freddie Mac

The Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation, nicknamed “Freddie Mac”, is a government sponsored enterprise (GSE) designed to facilitate a secondary market, or “securitization” of mortgage loans. The U.S. government, specifically the Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA), took over Freddie Mac, along with Fannie Mae, on September 7, 2008, and the U.S. Treasury has pumped billions into purchases of Freddie Mac stock to prop up the enterprise. Headquarters at 8000-8250 Jones Branch Drive in McLean, Virginia, tel. +1 800-424-5401. Website at www.freddiemac.com.

JP Morgan Chase

Headquarters in New York, New York, and biggest U.S. lender by assets.

Nationstar

Acquired Aurora mortgage loans. Fortress Investment Group owns 77% of Nationstar. Headquarters at 350 Highland Drive in Lewisville, Texas (outside Dallas). Tel: +1 469-549-2000. Web: www.nationstarmtg.com

PNC Bank

Headquarters in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

  • James E. Rohr, CEO, +1 412-762-2294 (may transfer to Executive Complaint Office voicemail) or 412-963-6133 (home), james.e.rohr@pnc.com or james.rohr@pnc.com
  • William Demchak, President, at +1 917-348-1173 (cell)
  • Thomas Hyland, Senior Vice President, at +1 212-527-3938
  • Frederick Solomon, Vice President of Corporate Communications, at +1 412-762-7544

Select Portfolio Servicing

Wells Fargo

Headquarters in San Francisco, California. Largest U.S. mortgage servicer and lender. Acquired America’s Servicing Company, Wachovia, and World Savings.

Links: Wells Fargo Loan Modification Policies (internal documents)    “Responsible Lending” Practices    “Help” for Homeowners

  • John Stumpf, CEO, +1 866-878-5865 or for America’s Servicing use +1 301-815-3510, john.g.stumpf@wellsfargo.com
  • Board of Directors, BoardCommunications@wellsfargo.com:
    • John D. Baker II, Exec. Chairman, Director of Patriot Transportation Holding, Address 1:, 192 Sea Hammock Way, Ponte Vedra Beach, FL 32082, +1 (904) 543-8196, and Address 2:, 501 Riverside Ave, Jacksonville, FL 32202. Company contact info: Patriot Transportation Holding, Inc, 501 Riverside Ave., Ste 500, Jacksonville, FL 32202, +1 (877) 704-1776, jmilton@patriottrans.com
    • Elaine Chao, 217 C St NE, Washington, DC 20002, +1 (202) 543-7063 or +1 (202) 543-7063, At Heritage Foundation:. Email: staff@heritage.org with Subject line: “To Elaine Chao”, Media information line: +1 (
202) 675-1761
    • John Chen, CEO of Sybase (locally based), Sybase contact info: Sybase iAnywhere, A subsidiary of Sybase
, One Sybase Drive
Dublin, CA 94568, 
Phone: +1 (519) 883-6898, 
Toll Free: 1-800-SYBASE5 (792.2735)
, Email: contact_us@ianywhere.com, jchen@sybase.com?, John.chen@sybase.com?
    • Lloyd H. Dean, CEO of Dignity Health, formerly Catholic Healthcare West,
      CHW info: 185 Berry Street, Suite 300, San Francisco, CA 94107, +1 (415) 438-5500, Contact form: http://www.chwhealth.org/Who_We_Are/Contact_Us/index.htm, @dignityhealth.com?
    • Susan E. Engel, CEO, Portero, Inc, Portero contact info: 28 Kaysal Court, Suite 1, Armonk, NY 10504-1378, United States, Phone: +1 (914) 730-0208, www.portero.com
    • 120 75th St, New York, NY 10021, (952) 824-6438, (212) 734-1449
    • Enrique Hernandez, Jr., Chairman, CEO of Inter-Con Security Systems, Inc.
    • Donald M. James, Chairman, CEO of Vulcan Materials Company, +1 (205) 298-3000, jamesd@vmcmail.com?
    • Mackey J. McDonald. Retired Chairman, VF Corporation
    • Nicholas G. Moore, Retired Global Chairmam of Pricewaterhouse Coopers
    • Federico F. Peña, Senior Advisor, Vestar Capital Partners, Seventeenth Street Plaza, 1225 17th Stre
      et, Suite 1660, Denver, CO 80202, +1 (303) 292-6300
    • Philip J. Quigley, Retired Chairman, President, CEO, of Pacific Telesis Group
    • Judith M. Runstad, Of Counsel, Foster Pepper PLLC, 206-447-8897 (Seattle), runsj@foster.com
    • Stephen W. Sanger, Retired Chairman of General Mills, Inc.
    • Susan G. Swenson, Retired President and CEO of Sage Software, Inc.
  • Patricia Callahan, Senior Executive Vice President, Chief Administrative Officer, +1 800-869-3557, Pat.Callahan@wellsfargo.com
  • Avid Modjtabai, Senior Executive Vice President, Consumer Lending, +1 800-869-3557, Avid.Modjtabai@wellsfargo.com
  • James Strother, Senior Executive Vice President, General Counsel Legal Group, +1 415-396-1793, James.Strother@wellsfargo.com
  • Ruben Pulido, Asst. Vice President, Communications, ruben.pulido@wellsfargo.com
  • Diana Stauffer, Senior VP Regional Servicing Director, +1 (925) 552-4347 (disconnected), diana.stauffer@wellsfargo.com (email undeliverable)
  • Tom Goyda, spokesperson
  • Alfredo Pedroza, Director California Local Government Relations, 415-396-0829, alfredo.pedroza@wellsfargo.com

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