This might sound familiar to DA readers who have followed the issue of early withdrawal penalties being increased on existing CDs, but this case deals with HELOCs. According to the Los Angeles Times
Question: When is a contract not worth the paper it's printed on? Read more
Answer: When it contains weasel words so broad in scope that one party is free to change whatever it wants, whenever it wants.
Janet Bandur and her husband, Darrell, discovered this after Wells Fargo contacted them recently to say that their home equity line of credit was being closed because "it is no longer compatible with today's systems."