It’s been exactly a week since I started my little campaign against Bank of America. So much has happened, most of it being internal. The rest of the stuff…it’s a waiting game. We are doing what is asked of us by Bank of America, more paperwork crossing desks and long phone calls with questions answered leaving more questions. To be expected, I suppose. Straight answers aren’t strong points when it comes to the banks. But, right now, they have more control over us than is comfortable and that isn’t going to change in the very foreseeable future.
The major change though? Is with me and my blog. I’ve realized what I want to do with this place. I can’t sit here and do nothing. There are so many of us out there going through similar battles. We are trying to save our homes. We are trying to claim and control our future and the future of this country.
I’ve decided to start opening my blog up to those of you who have foreclosure stories or tales about dealing with these banks who don’t seem to want or care to help us. I’d also like to hear from those of you that are in the industry. What do you have to say about this state of the housing economy and what is REALLY going on?
If you are interested in sharing your story, please email me at melissabrodsky at sbcglobal dot net or leave a comment here on this post letting me know that you are interested along with your email address so that I can contact you.
I’m on a mission now. One that is fueled by a passion for change.
I believe that if enough of us stand up and come forward with our stories, we can make a difference. Somehow.
Battling The Banks. It’s time to stand up and be heard.