Bank CEOs gain as millions lose dream...

Bank CEOs gain as millions lose dreams, retirement to foreclosure

There are 13 comments on the The Jersey Journal story from Apr 25, 2012, titled Bank CEOs gain as millions lose dreams, retirement to foreclosure. In it, The Jersey Journal reports that:

Inside and outside of Wells Fargo's annual meeting in San Francisco yesterday, thousands of angry protesters decried the bank's leading role in the loss of millions of American homes to foreclosure.

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Jesse

UK

#1 Apr 25, 2012
What's going to happen at the BofA protest in May?
peter tucker

Jackson, MI

#2 Apr 26, 2012
Go eat mule dung
QUITTNER

Toronto, Canada

#3 Apr 26, 2012
3:06 pm, Thursday, April 26, 2012:
RE: Bank CEOs gain as millions lose dreams, retirement to foreclosure
..... 1) Bank CEOs get as much money etc. from their employers as is in the contract that was signed when they were hired.
..... 2) So-called home owners do NOT own their homes until they are fully paid for according to the contract they signed. If they do NOT do whatever they have contracted to do, then the bank can do whatever it says in the contract the bank can do in that event.
peter tucker

Lansing, MI

#4 Apr 26, 2012
oh.. gee whiz. You mean life is not fair. Boo hoo
kelly patterson

Fort Worth, TX

#5 May 1, 2012
You say that most homeowners do not own their homes until the contract is paid in full?
What about the banks who do not even have the "contract" (promissory note) that was originally signed at the beginning of the contract?
Who owns the house now? The person that has paid and lived in the house for 20 years or the bank that has nothing to show?
Whine and Cheese tester

Miami, FL

#6 May 1, 2012
"dream-stealers", "stolen the dreams", "losing that security" --all avoided by making your mortgage payment on time in full.

And gosh golly gee, can't get a refi on an underwater mortgage, go figure!
Whine and Cheese tester

Miami, FL

#7 May 1, 2012
kelly patterson wrote:
You say that most homeowners do not own their homes until the contract is paid in full?
What about the banks who do not even have the "contract" (promissory note) that was originally signed at the beginning of the contract?
Who owns the house now? The person that has paid and lived in the house for 20 years or the bank that has nothing to show?
Stop making your mortgage payments and you'll find out who.
Jesse

UK

#8 May 1, 2012
Whine and Cheese tester wrote:
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Stop making your mortgage payments and you'll find out who.
The homeowner owns his home. The bank owns nothing. Cheesetester is a bank paid troll.
Whine and Cheese Tester

Miami, FL

#9 May 2, 2012
Jesse wrote:
<quoted text>
The homeowner owns his home. The bank owns nothing. Cheesetester is a bank paid troll.
Your are a moron.com paid troll. According to your fine wisdom, the bank owns nothing when they gave you a mortgage to buy the home? LMMotherFAOff!!!!!!!!!

You're not even posting from the USA, fool. What do you know about the laws here? Nothing.

Ignoramuses such as yourself should be denied web access.
Jesse

UK

#11 May 3, 2012
peter tucker wrote:
Jesse is posting from NY... Claims to be a fruitarian. Is total assole who wants to see all banks fail
Peter Tucker is a bank paid Topix Forums troll. He is ruining the reputation of the website.
peter tucker

Lansing, MI

#12 May 3, 2012
What reputation?
Jesse

UK

#13 May 4, 2012
peter tucker wrote:
What reputation?
You must be proud that you are a plague Peter Tucker.
peter tucker

Lansing, MI

#14 May 4, 2012
How many addresses do you use??? Better fruit in England???

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