Update as of 12:10pm on November 14, 2012: Larry Faulks’ eviction postponed by two weeks until Wednesday, November 28. Please mark your calendar in case DMG and Wells haven’t come to their senses! Keep those calls to DMG coming (see numbers below).
Investment firm DMG Asset Management plans to evict disabled African-American senior Larry Faulks today even after they agreed to postpone the eviction to work with him and his family on negotiations with Wells Fargo.
Larry Faulks and his brother — both disabled — as well as their renter want to stay in the home their parents purchased in 1962.
DMG plans to evict Larry at 1:00pm today, Wednesday, November 14.
Please take action to help the Faulks family–
- Please come to this action–
What: Eviction Witness Action
When: 12:30pm, Wednesday, November 14
Where: Larry Faulks’ home at 25 Cameo Way, San Francisco (Diamond Heights neighborhood)
- Call DMG management, their real estate agent, and their attorney with the following message:
- Daniel Woo, +1 415-706-6170
- Angela Woo Lee, +1 415-420-8881
- Gilbert Chung, +1 916-947-8625
- Marcus Lee, +1 415-999-2022 (real estate agent)
- Jak Marquez, +1 415-495-8500 x12 (attorney)
Please stop the eviction of Larry Faulks and his brother — both disabled — as well as their renter. The Faulks family has lived in the family home at 25 Cameo Way in San Francisco for 50 years. Wells Fargo promised in writing not to foreclose on the Faulks during the modification process, but instead sold the property to you. DMG agreed to postpone the eviction to work out a plan to sell the property back to Wells Fargo at the price you paid, so that Wells Fargo can offer the Faulks family a loan modification to remain in their home.
Please don’t put disabled African-American seniors out onto the streets.
For updates and this action alert: http://occupytheauctions.org/wordpress/?p=5948
Links: Larry Faulks Profile DMG Asset Management Profile Occupy DMG Home Action Occupy Wells Fargo Noe Branch Bay Area Reporter Coverage Occupy Wells Fargo HQ Occupy Senior and Veteran Evictions and Foreclosures (Occupy Anniversary)