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Save the Butterfield Family Home From Foreclosure!

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Save the Butterfield Family Home From Foreclosure!

To be delivered to Chase Manhattan corporate HQ

Petition Statement

We, the undersigned, petition Chase Financial to allow the Butterfield family to stay in their home by canceling the sheriff sale of their house and re-negotiating their mortgage. The Butterfields fell behind on their house payments due to an unforeseen medical emergency. We find it unconscionable that Chase would evict a family that has a special needs child and had to endure a medical emergency, rather than working with the family to keep them in their home. We taxpayers paid out hundreds of billions of dollars to bail out the banking industry--it's time they used some of that money for the benefit of the people!
There are currently 353 signatures. NEW goal - We need 400 signatures!

Petition Background

Chase Home Finance is trying evict a Washburn, Wisconsin family from their home after they fell behind on their house payments due to a medical emergency. They have scheduled a sheriff sale for June 5. Stacy Butterfield, who has been diagnosed with multiple sclerosis, has three children, one of whom has Down syndrome. She fell behind on her mortgage when her husband suffered a brain aneurysm. Despite repeated attempts to work with the bank, so far Chase has refused to do right by them. To stay in their home, they need our help!

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