NACA Alert – NACA’s CEO Arrested in Senate Hearing Fighting for Homeowners

We have enclosed a video of NACA’s founder and CEO getting arrested advocating for Chase homeowners at the Senate Banking Committee. Click here to view this story which is sweeping through the internet. Also to view the prior video of Dave Lowman, Chase’s CEO for Home Retention, telling homeowner’s having difficulties to “Come to Me”. Click here for the video showing him lying to Congress and homeowners.

NACA will continue to fight for all homeowners. As in all of our previous actions we have important friends, including the police who let us off without being charged. They also provide us access to the gated communities where these CEOs live in the lap of luxury. These police and security guards are like millions of homeowners who are either at risk of foreclosure or know someone very close to them who is in danger of losing their home. Everyone is frustrated and angry at the lenders. We will continue the fight and continue to confront Chase and others, wherever they go and where they live, who get in the way of homeowners achieving a long-term affordable mortgage payment.

We are working with the lenders to have a proposal or follow-up for every homeowner prior to the end of the year. Please continue to access your Web-file for updates by clicking here. We are determined to get this done for everyone who is committed to staying in their homes. We want to express our sincere thanks to the hundreds of homeowners who, with very little advance notice attended the Senate hearing. Your presence sent a very strong message.

NACA is the most effective organization advocating for hundreds of thousands of homeowners. NACA is able to save hundreds and sometimes over a thousand dollars a month through NACA’s legally binding agreements with all the major lenders and investors. We will keep up the fight and look forward to your active participation.

Sincerely,

NACA Management

P.S. NACA is engaged in a campaign against Chase called “Chasing Chase”. Click here for details on the campaign.

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