Websites of Occupy Members Have Popped to Connect Foreclosure Vic
Websites of Occupy members have popped to connect foreclosure victims across America giving information about where money can be donated or where they can contact to save their homes.
In one instance at Hawaii a campaign involving letter-writing was started by a family who wanted to save their house; their success was limited. Wells Fargo and also the original lender have allowed them to stay on till the middle of February.
Another case of Atlanta shows how complex and heart-rending the foreclosure issue can be. The Pittmans were under the impression that they would inherit their grandmother’s house – the home where she had been residing since 1953. But now they are still there but as forceful occupants. The house of Eloise Pittman was foreclosed upon early in 2011 fall but her family remained ignorant until few days before her death last November.