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Philly Homeowner who "Foreclosed" on Wells Fargo Gets High Level Meeting

I very much enjoyed stumbling upon this article as I went through my morning ritual of google news and cereal.  The Consumerist today published a guide of sorts to how Philly resident, All Patrick, initiated a Sheriff's sale of a local Well's Fargo Branch.  I won't give away too much because you really should read the full story, but basically after months of unreturned calls to Wells Fargo about unfair charges on his mortgage account, Patrick used the RESPA law to take Wells Fargo to court.  He won a small judgement in small claims court, but was still not able to get Wells Fargo to speak to him.  At that point, he started the legal proceedings that eventually resulted in Sheriff's Sale proceedings.  Today, at 12:00 p.m. a Wells Fargo Representative will meet with Patrick.  I am eagerly awaiting word on what happens. 

Photo: the consumerist

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