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Residents in foreclosure storm Chase Bank

DENVER (CNN) – A group of angry homeowners stormed into a Chase Bank in Colorado, demanding fair loans and better customer service after many of their homes went into foreclosure.

"The people of America bailed the big banks out, now we need to have them listen to the problems we're having," said former homeowner Cassandra Jefferson-Lewis.

Jefferson-Lewis lost her home in 2008 in foreclosure and is now living in her daughter's home, but said that property is facing foreclosure, too.

"We had been in that home for 40 years and that hurts," Jefferson-Lewis said. "Children were born in this home and grandchildren came home in this home."

Protester and homeowner Leonard McWilliams said he has been dealing with a similar situation.

"What I would like to see is for the bank to renegotiate and re-modify my loan," said Leonard McWilliams.

Representatives from Chase Bank has said they are more than willing to try to find solutions for their customers.

In a statement, they said, "We are working hard to keep people in their homes and have offered over a million modifications to customers struggling with their mortgage payments. In Colorado, we have a Chase Home Ownership Center to work with customers face-to-face, six days a week."

Still, the protesters said it's going to take more than that if they are going to keep their homes, and they will keep marching until that happens.

"We want to continue to own a part of our American dream, and a part of our American dream is a home, so we can pass that down to our children, our grandchildren, and our great grandchildren,"

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