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Marvin Weatherspoon

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Background Information

Employment History

Supervisor In the Centre's Linen Department

SEIU


Local 1 Member

SEIU


Linen Department Supervisor for Aramark

McCormick Place


Supervisor In the Linen Department

Chicago Convention Center


Web References(9 Total References)


www.pww.org

"I didn't want all my private business out there for just anybody," said Marvin Weatherspoon, a Chicago grandfather whose interest rate jumped from 4.25 percent to 25 percent at Bank of America.Weatherspoon is a linen department supervisor for Aramark at McCormick Place, Chicago's convention center.As an SEIU Local 1 member, he ensures that all rooms have the linens they need for meetings and other events.Weatherspoon became a Bank of America customer in 2000 when he consolidated $12,000 in debt to a new card issued by the bank.Since then his interest rate jumped over 20 percentage points and his minimum payments have more than doubled (from $160 to $342 per month).On his October 2007 bill, Weatherspoon made a minimum payment of $257, $232.42 of which was interest.His payments are automatically deducted, and a Bank of America spokesman admitted that Weatherspoon has never even been 30 days late.The bottom line of the rip-off is that he's paid off only about $800 in principal over eight years of payments!He said he had intended to tell the members of Congress about the personal hardship the bank's actions caused."I'm getting by, but not by much," Weatherspoon said.


allamericangold.com [cached]

Take, for example, a Chicago native, Marvin Weatherspoon.
For the last 26 years, he has held a steady job at the Windy City's main conference centre, McCormick Place. A member of the SEIU union, he is supervisor in the centre's linen department.


www.pww.org

"I didn't want all my private business out there for just anybody," said Marvin Weatherspoon, a Chicago grandfather whose interest rate jumped from 4.25 percent to 25 percent at Bank of America. Weatherspoon is a Linen Department supervisor for Aramark at McCormick Place, Chicago's convention center.As an SEIU Local 1 member, he ensures that all rooms have the linens they need for meetings and other events. Weatherspoon became a Bank of America customer in 2000 when he consolidated $12,000 in debt to a new card issued by the bank.Since then his interest rate jumped over 20 percentage points and his minimum payments have more than doubled (from $160 to $342 per month). On his October 2007 bill, Weatherspoon made a minimum payment of $257, $232.42 of which was interest.His payments are automatically deducted, and a Bank of America spokesman admitted that Weatherspoon has never even been 30 days late. The bottom line of the rip-off is that he's paid off only about $800 in principal over eight years of payments!He said he had intended to tell the members of Congress about the personal hardship the bank's actions caused. "I'm getting by, but not by much," he told the World.


www.usatoday.com

Marvin Weatherspoon, a supervisor in the Chicago Convention Center's linen department, says a sudden rate increase on his Bank of America credit card last year - from 16% to 25% - has made it nearly impossible to keep up with his other bills.
He owes about $12,000 on his credit cards. "I'm sacrificing all over the place, food, gas and necessities," he says.


transitional.pww.org

"I didn't want all my private business out there for just anybody," said Marvin Weatherspoon, a Chicago grandfather whose interest rate jumped from 4.25 percent to 25 percent at Bank of America.Weatherspoon is a linen department supervisor for Aramark at McCormick Place, Chicago's convention center.As an SEIU Local 1 member, he ensures that all rooms have the linens they need for meetings and other events.Weatherspoon became a Bank of America customer in 2000 when he consolidated $12,000 in debt to a new card issued by the bank.Since then his interest rate jumped over 20 percentage points and his minimum payments have more than doubled (from $160 to $342 per month).On his October 2007 bill, Weatherspoon made a minimum payment of $257, $232.42 of which was interest.His payments are automatically deducted, and a Bank of America spokesman admitted that Weatherspoon has never even been 30 days late.The bottom line of the rip-off is that he's paid off only about $800 in principal over eight years of payments!He said he had intended to tell the members of Congress about the personal hardship the bank's actions caused."I'm getting by, but not by much," Weatherspoon said.


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