Soldier’s Home Sold without Permission, Mother says

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The family home of a former soldier has been foreclosed, but her mother says the bank isn’t playing fair.

“As military, we put our lives on the line to protect this country,” Sandra Williams told FOX40.

But now, Williams says the county isn’t there to protect her.

“They sold my house to another bank that doesn’t exist” she said Monday.

The Suisun resident of 22 years believes Treasury Bank, which no longer exists, sold her house without permission and forged her signature. But, there’s more to her anguish than losing her home.

“My daughter has been diagnosed with a brain tumor,” Williams said. At 26, Williams’ daughter was discharged from the military and is scheduled to come home Sunday.

The Occupy Home Foreclosure movement joined Williams as she spent her final day in her home Monday.

A Solano County Judge ordered she leave by 6 a.m. Tuesday morning. At that time, she will join more than 155,000 Californians who lost their home to foreclosure within the past year.

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  • Melissa Coviello

    That is sickening, since the bank no longer exists we should investigate jail who is responsible and refund cost of house doubled.

  • kathy cavitt

    Where is the love ,you can see that this is the end times ,false gods,weather ,greed, no love for human beings,but love for money,animals,liars,etc where is the true love they love the evil of this world .