January 31, 2012 in Event
Some state Attorneys General are now negotiating with Bank of America, JPMorgan Chase, Citigroup, Wells Fargo and Ally Financial to reach a settlement on robo-signing and foreclosure fraud that would cost banks a pittance and absolve them of criminal and civil liability. Multiple Attorneys General have stepped away from the table on this, so let’s encourage our Attorney General to do the same!
This Friday we say NO! Occupy Denver will demonstrate at 11 AM on February 3 at the office of Attorney General Suthers (1525 Sherman St., Denver, CO) to demand payback for crimes committed against homeowners. Let people know you are coming by joining the Facebook event!
Feel free to bring “get out of jail free cards” addressed from Colorado Attorney General Suthers to the banks!
If you can’t make it feel free to call/fax/email the AG’s office to let him know your feelings on the settlement!
For more information on the settlement:
- USA Today: Who benefits from possible $25B mortgage settlement?
- Reuters: States to decide this week on mortgage deal
- Bloomgberg Businessweek: Bank of America Settlements Impede Fraud Probe, Arizona Says
- Los Angeles Times: California calls $25-billion mortgage settlement ‘inadequate’
- Pittsburgh Post-Gazette: States weigh $25 billion mortgage settlement with banks