Add comment on:Wells Fargo Wants to Foreclose on Dead Mom's House, Leaving Daughter Homeless
re-posted for Gail Leeks
Like vultures they waited... The house that my mother, Marjorie Gibson, owned is the only home our family has had for over two generations. While my mother was on her deathbed, Wells Fargo claimed they talked to her . But I know she was too weak to talk because I was there, caring for her. They claimed they served her the Notice of Default but it was served three months after she had died. My mother died on her birthday on January 11, 2012 - she was served in April 2012. I know she wanted me to have the house to live in and take care of my grandchildren in because she left it to me in her will. After I cremated her, while tears where not yet dried on our cheeks, they moved to foreclose on her house. The bank refuses to acknowledge me as an executor of the estate and title holder of the house. They have refused to communicate with anyone other than my dead mother.
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