Wells Fargo is At It Again

The owners of a modest home near Twentynine Palms, California 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, have never had 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.”

Alvin, a retired mason, built the home with his father when he was a teenager. “I know every inch, every rock…my mom mixed all the cement by hand,” he said.

A spokesman for Wells Fargo released a statement apologizing to the couple. But the predatory banking giant also admitted that the possessions taken from the home are either missing or destroyed. A lifetime of memories either gone or desecrated in what Wells Fargo is calling a “misunderstanding and a mistake.”

This is grand theft. Someone should go to prison for this.

Have there been arrests? Indictments?

Nope. There’s not even a mention of such repercussions in the article. Someone should have to pay for this. Every American, regardless of politics, should be outraged by this.

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