E-Petition, please sign.greenspun.com : LUSENET : Repossession : One Thread
For those of you who are worried about confidentiality in respect to the Mortgage Shortfall E-Petition, please read the following extract from the e-petition website ' www.petition-them.com '......
If you are a person signing a petition, we require that you supply your name and e-mail address. Your e-mail address is something unique to you, like a signature, that validates your agreement with the petition in question. However, we will only post your name on the site -so as to offer you a degree of confidentiality. We would not wish you to become the subject of 'spam mail' or other forms of unsolicited advertising. We will retain your e-mail address, privately for validation purposes and may contact you to check the address is authentic. In the near future it is likely that all e-mail addresses will be checked automatically to ensure authenticity. ........................
Even I can't access the info. Please keep the signatures rolling in, we are nearly at a 100, but we need lots more.
Many thanks, Mark.
-- M Amos (firstname.lastname@example.org), September 14, 2002
Mortgage companies are inhumane and greedy. If they listened to their lenders from the start and took a more humane aproach to people, they would save a lot of heartache and stress and a wopping big bill for court cases and the lowlife bastards who use underhanded tactics to find poor families (because thats all they are, not hardened criminals, just families who've had to endure the threat and reality of homelessness because of these greedy megacorps) and ruin their lives. I am signing this position after my brother commited suicide because he was hounded relentlessly by Northern Rock PLC which caused his wife to divorce him and he couldn't even afford to buy his baby clthes. In his words, "If I cant be a man anymore, and provide for my family, theres no point in carrying on". Where has the common sense gone? And what the hell is the Government and the "Law" doing about this? Nothing. This harrasment needs to stop, it's peoples lives theyre dealing with here, not just numbers and statistics.
-- Julie Redmond (email@example.com), September 14, 2002.