Kerry Craig Walker
Kerry Craig Walker

Wells Fargo took my leased track of land that I had paid $85,000.00 (eighty five thousand dollars) for and they took my small cabin in the process. I had a registered survey and all the legal documents. I have a BET in Architectural Design so I know what I'm doing. Then they trashed out my cabin with legal notices posted on the property and piled everything out in the rain and mud. They had no right to my land or my cabin and they held no note on my property. And now we have been in the...

Wells Fargo took my leased track of land that I had paid $85,000.00 (eighty five thousand dollars) for and they took my small cabin in the process. I had a registered survey and all the legal documents. I have a BET in Architectural Design so I know what I'm doing. Then they trashed out my cabin with legal notices posted on the property and piled everything out in the rain and mud. They had no right to my land or my cabin and they held no note on my property. And now we have been in the courts for years and they have 150 billion to fight me with..and I have nothing left to fight, and yet the judges side with the big banks. Thank goodness attorney Jeff Rusbridge of Dyer & Rusbridge is fighting for me and has vowed to keep on fighting.

Janet Thompson Hurguy
Janet Thompson Hurguy
  • Kerry Craig Walker

I am so sorry to hear this. I really hate how big banks and government think they have the rights to anyone's property just because they want it.

Johnnie Wright Lewis
Johnnie Wright Lewis
  • Kerry Craig Walker

Kerry, I simply don't understand how they even THOUGHT they could or should get away with such posturing!! God Bless your attorney for pushing to fight for you! Good Luck!!!

Ermengarde Tenderstone
Ermengarde Tenderstone
  • Kerry Craig Walker

My prayers are with you, I am so sorry they stole it all from you. EVERYBODY MOVE YOUR MONEY out of banks, NOW. don't give them the rope to hang you with! don't help them hang your fellow Americans. Put the crooks in prison and throw away the keys as they have been doing in Iceland following their wonderful revolution. RISE UP!

Susan Dowsett
Susan Dowsett
  • Kerry Craig Walker

Wells Fargo just lost a customer! I'm sorry to hear about what appears to be open and agressive theft!!! How could they have any claim without a note on your property? This is startling and may smell of illegal land seizure by someone who holds interest in it from behind the scenes somewhere. Good luck to you Kerry and your courageous attorney.

Jenny Reed
Jenny Reed
  • Kerry Craig Walker

Oh, Kerry, that's horrible. I'm so sorry :(

Melanie Marshall
Melanie Marshall
  • Kerry Craig Walker

I HATE WELLS FARGO!!!

Colleen Smith
Colleen Smith
  • Kerry Craig Walker

Johnnie Wright Lewis It is called Agenda 21. Are you familiar with it? If not, look it up. Very important for all of us to know what this is and to fight it.

Kerry Craig Walker
Kerry Craig Walker
  • Kerry Craig Walker

Thank you everyone who cares.

D'Marie Mulattieri
D'Marie Mulattieri

The banks did not learn. We are once again on the brink of another collapse due to their underhanded shenanigans. Time to reign them in.

Craig Kessinger
Craig Kessinger
  • D'Marie Mulattieri

Well, they do this on purpose....it's fun for them. [just saying]

Carole Levers
Carole Levers
  • D'Marie Mulattieri

GS should have IMMEDIATELY been restored in 2008.....better yet sooner.....fools....

D'Marie Mulattieri
D'Marie Mulattieri
  • D'Marie Mulattieri

Oops another typo...reign should be rein...just sayin.

Susan Dowsett
Susan Dowsett
  • D'Marie Mulattieri

The Central Banks play this game all of the time; they have the power to deflate, inflate, or buy the economy. They increase and decrease the value of the dollar at the drop of a hat. It is their world game of chess. THEY hold TOO MUCH POWER!!! I hope someone goes after t hem.

Colleen Smith
Colleen Smith
  • D'Marie Mulattieri

They learned. They're doing it on purpose.

William C. Flax
William C. Flax
  • D'Marie Mulattieri

VERY TRUE ...LETS KEEP OUR RANKS TIGHT WE CAN'T WEAKEN, BECAUSE THEY KNOW WE HAVE THE NUMBERS AND THE COALITION - MOVEMENT ...AND, WE CAN'T LET LATE NIGHT COMICS MAKE IT INTO JOKE AFTER JOKE

Janet Geren
Janet Geren

Time to get the hook and get these people off the payroll. This looks like the UK. Think it's contagious. We all need to wake up, this is happening everywhere. We must stay undivided!

Janet Geren
Janet Geren
  • Janet Geren

Well said Jessy <3

Ronnie Ortiz
Ronnie Ortiz

while I agree w/ this basic idea, where are the details on this bill? Def' need to add some info. to this petition 'cause even if the wording is a little long, it's informational.

T.M. Scruggs
T.M. Scruggs

The repeal of this act led to the accumulation of even more monopoly power than ever, letting banking corporations get to the size of blackmailing any politicians (ahem, elected by US) to not touch them as they are "too big to fail." Restoration of this act will be an important step in reigning in a bit of their overreach.

Stephen Reid
Stephen Reid

The U.S. government won't be able to bail them out next time.

Jenai Herod
Jenai Herod

Wells Fargo is out of control. I hear more people complaining about forclosures and repossessions than just about any other

Sue Donovan
Sue Donovan

We need to restore Glass-Steagall & get rid of Citizens United.

Timothy B. Willoughby
Timothy B. Willoughby

Makes no difference to our economy at all. I agree that the printing shop must stop immediately but the gold standard is far to limited for our economy. The US is growing in population and need for fiat currency to holds to a single standard. The examples of inflation, stagnation, and deflation are apparent in our own economy. FDR almost ended it in 33 but with England dropping it he didn't. In retrospect we would have recovered much faster had we stored it then. it seems like the perfect...

Makes no difference to our economy at all. I agree that the printing shop must stop immediately but the gold standard is far to limited for our economy. The US is growing in population and need for fiat currency to holds to a single standard. The examples of inflation, stagnation, and deflation are apparent in our own economy. FDR almost ended it in 33 but with England dropping it he didn't. In retrospect we would have recovered much faster had we stored it then. it seems like the perfect solution but for example at the standard ratio of 5.7 to 1 liabilities to gold on hand if everyone took their paper bills, checking balances, and their savings acct balances to the fed for gold tomorrow the payments in gold would collapse at 3.5% of currency redeemed. That being said just to accomodate in the US gold would have to be valued at $6000 per ounce just to get to the 5.7 to 1 standard. Considering we are still carying 75% of our reserve in gold is redunculous especially since our reserve value was only worth 1/5th of its current standing in 99. The dollar headed down, price of gold up...... Not because of the lack of a gold standard but because of common sense markets. Even in world markets the fiat currency used exceeds todays value/reserves of gold. With roughly 150,000 metric tons of known gold in the WORLD that is still only 45% of the worlds backing needed for the currencies used. No other countries use it as a sole basis because we can't and deflation only helps the rich along with gold owners and there are VERY FEW lower/middle class families who have their assets in gold. The 85% of this country who hold most of the debt would be hurty the most and THE BANKS WOULD PROFIT THE MOST. All the loans out would increase in value proportionately to the dollar but when adollar buys more you get paid less and tte biggest setback for all of us would be when the dollar increases in value it buys more, however a closed system only has so many dollars in it income wil decrease. The debt on the other hand will stay exact and every dime of dollar value increase will go straight to the banks! That's a fact not a guess. The economic adjustment will not include loan payments and will give banks a huge increase in buying power with just your support for the gold standard and you getting more for your dollar in a fixed system.....think about it!

Fran Clark
Fran Clark

I work during tax season for H&R Block. Today I met a very nice, hardworking woman who was no longer able to make her mortgage payments. Like many Florida residents, she was underwater on her mortgage. Then her employer changed her job description & she had to relocate. At the moment, if the bank forecloses & sells the home for less than the mortgage balance, at least she won't have to pay taxes on the "debt forgiveness." I had to tell her there's a possibility Congress will do away with...

I work during tax season for H&R Block. Today I met a very nice, hardworking woman who was no longer able to make her mortgage payments. Like many Florida residents, she was underwater on her mortgage. Then her employer changed her job description & she had to relocate. At the moment, if the bank forecloses & sells the home for less than the mortgage balance, at least she won't have to pay taxes on the "debt forgiveness." I had to tell her there's a possibility Congress will do away with that tax break. (Heaven forbid they should raise marginal income tax rates on the wealthy.) Even though her taxes helped bail out the big banks whose irresponsible lending practices led to the "banking crisis" in the first place, she may end up having to pay yet more in taxes to bail out a government that borrowed in order to enable the Bush tax cuts in the first place. She doesn't deserve to be treated this way by the banking system & she sure as heck doesn't deserve to be treated this way by her government.

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