One year ago, the 99% took to the streets of New York to demand economic justice from the Wall Street Banksters who were bailed out and left Americans on Main Street to hold the bag.

Today the Occupy Wall Street Protesters are back in Manhattan with a laundry list of demands some of which are already being answered! If you are a homeowner under water, good news awaits inside.

Occupy Buffalo member Sergio checks in on the afternoon show from NYC with updates on the citizens arrest and the NYPD's continual support of the 1% in the video interview below.

On the bright side, some American's are receiving relief from President Obama's Affordable Home Act. A few days ago, one of my Facebook friends in Foreclosure received a letter from her lender via Fed Ex stating her mortgage of $75,000 was paid off by the GLOBAL SETTLEMENTS! That's right PAID IN FULL!!

The letter clearly states that the mortgage was paid off in full. No Federal Repayment program or any bank low interest offer.

Click here to see the letter from Bank of America!

You too could be eligible You may be eligible for the Principal Reduction Alternative program if:

Your mortgage is not owned or guaranteed by Fannie Mae or Freddie Mac.
You owe more than your home is worth.
You occupy the house as your primary residence.
You obtained your mortgage on or before January 1, 2009.
Your mortgage payment is more than 31 percent of your gross (pre-tax) monthly income.
You owe up to $729,750 on your 1st mortgage.
You have a financial hardship and are either delinquent or in danger of falling behind.
You have sufficient, documented income to support the modified payment.
You must not have been convicted within the last 10 years of felony larceny, theft, fraud or forgery, money laundering or tax evasion, in connection with a mortgage or real estate transaction.

Banks involved so far are Bank Of America and Chase Bank.

Let's All do the Happy Dance - Obama Slide N Glide!

For all other Affordable Home Programs made possible by President Obama, Click Here or visit http://www.makinghomeaffordable.gov/programs