Update: Wells Fargo has postponed the auction of the Reed’s home until February 26, 2013, but let’s keep the calls and emails coming to let them know that postponing isn’t enough: the Reed family needs a fair deal loan modification to remain in their home.
Please call/email Wells Fargo to stop the foreclosure auction of the home of Tuskegee Airman Benjamin Reed and his family on January 24, 2013:
- Brenda Wright, SVP of Community Relations, +1 415-623-7738
- Alfredo Pedroza, Director CA Gov’t Relations, +1 415-396-0829
- Ruben Pulido, Comm. Staff, +1 415-852-1279
- John Stumpf, CEO, +1 866-878-5865
To: firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com
Subject: Stop Foreclosure of Reed Family & “Wells 29”
Dear Wells Fargo staff,
Please take IMMEDIATE action to stop Wells Fargo’s January 24 foreclosure auction of 85-year-old disabled Tuskegee Airman Benjamin Reed and family at 2 Warren Drive in San Francisco. Please offer the family a fair deal loan modification to remain in their home and meet the demands listed for each of the 29 families who Wells Fargo has put at risk (see list sent by ACCE and Occupy Bernal).
your name here
Action alert updates: http://occupytheauctions.org/wells