Low-income Tenants Rally at Chase Bank

by Mary C. Piemonte 

Residents’ Journal’s coverage of low-income tenants and their advocates, rally at Chase Towers in downtown Chicago on July 15, seeking financial support from the bank for their upcoming eviction, due to the foreclosure of their buildings.

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2 Responses to “Low-income Tenants Rally at Chase Bank”

  1. Aysha Youngblood Says:

    Chase Bank should help in the relocating of those families, for several reasons: Whenever transactions are conducted, that effect the lives
    of others, those in charge of those transactions have the responsibility to inform those who will be effected, in a timely manner, so that the transition can be handled properly and quickly as possible. Last, but not least, we are our “brother’s keeper” and out of concern for the needs of those families, the bank should come to their aid. What if the shoe was on the other foot; the bank would be looking for someone or group to help it.

  2. Omaha Attorneys Says:

    It is amazing how a bank can get away with this kind of treatment. They should help them out because they are now responsible for the tenants.

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