TWENTYNINE PALMS (CBSLA.com) — The owners of a modest home near Twentynine Palms lost their cherished possessions after a bank mistakenly foreclosed their residence.
A crew broke into Alvin and Pat Tjosaas’ desert home and took everything after being directed by Wells Fargo to secure the structure.
The couple, however, didn’t have a mortgage on the home.
Alvin said the deputy sheriff said, “Good news, we know who took (your possessions)…Wells Fargo. Bad news, your stuff is all gone.”
All the married couple has now are three generations of memories.
How horrible! SOMEONE needs to be punished for this. I doubt anyone but the Tjosaas' will though.
Accountability is nonexistent and white collar crime is rising due to that lack. They can get away with anything as long as they don't outright kill anyone. No message will be sent as long as we the people stay disconnected from the process. Only by being involved in mass can we make a difference. When money rules people lose.
Wells Fargo Corruption http:WellsFargoCorruption.com
This is nothing folks... Richard Kovacevich, former President and now CEO and Chairman of the Board has engaged in all sorts of criminal activities... yet he walks around a free man...
In minnesota he ripped of charities, telling them their assets would be managed "conservatively". The charities had huge losses, Richard Kovacevich testified, and Wells Fargo had to pay, but Richard Kovacevich is still a free man...