Today | Nationwide Call-In Day to the Attorneys General

Today, on March 29, we have the opportunity of a lifetime to save millions from losing their homes and hold accountable the big banks that caused this crisis.

Right now, the 50 state Attorneys General are in critical negotiations with the big banks. The outcome of these negotiations could mean the difference between millions of struggling homeowners finally getting the help they need from their lenders, or the big banks continuing with business as usual, foreclosing on families needlessly.

Bank of America, Wells Fargo, JPMorgan Chase, and other big banks could easily walk away scott-free, if thousands of us don’t call our Attorneys General tomorrow.

Read 5 reasons to call your Attorney General tomorrow

The time is now to collectively fight back.  We can work together to demand that the big banks are held accountable for their crimes.

Your Attorney General needs to make a choice – either side with YOU and be a hero to homeowners and communities by going toe-to-toe with the big banks, OR side with the big banks and let them continue to devastate our communities.

It’s time to demand that our Attorneys General deliver nothing less than a strong settlement against the big banks.  Make the call!

Thanks for all that you do,

PICO National Network
Alliance for a Just Society
National People’s Action
IAF Southeast
Alliance of Californians for Community Empowerment

STATE AG NAME PHONE
Alabama Luther Strange (334) 242-7300
Alaska John J. Burns (907) 465-3600
Arizona Tom Horne (602) 542-4266
Arkansas Dustin McDaniel (800) 482-8982
California Kamala Harris 510-622-4500
916-323-8270 (main comment voicemail)
Colorado John Suthers 303-866-4500
Connecticut George Jepsen (860) 808-5318
Delaware Beau Biden (302) 577-8338
District of Columbia Irvin Nathan (Acting) (202) 727-3400
Florida Pam Bondi (850) 414-3300
Georgia Sam Olens (404) 656-3300
Hawaii Mark Bennett (808) 586-1500
Idaho Lawrence Wasden (208) 334-2400
Illinois Lisa Madigan (312) 814-3000
Indiana Greg Zoeller (317) 232-6201
Iowa Tom Miller (515) 281-5164
Kansas Derek Schmidt (785) 296-2215
Kentucky Jack Conway (502) 696-5300
Louisiana James “Buddy” Caldwell (225) 326-6000
Maine William Schneider (207) 626-8800
Maryland Douglas F. Gansler (410) 576-6300
Massachusetts Martha Coakley (617) 727-2200
Michigan Bill Schuette (517) 373-1110
Minnesota Lori Swanson (651) 296-3353
Mississippi Jim Hood (601) 359-3680
Missouri Chris Koster (573) 751-3321
Montana Steve Bullock (406) 444-2026
Nebraska Jon Bruning (402) 471-2682
Nevada Catherine Cortez Mastro (775) 684-1100
New Hampshire Michael Delaney (603) 271-3658
New Jersey Paula T. Dow (609) 292-8740
New Mexico Gary King (505) 827-6000
New York Eric Schneiderman (518) 474-7330
North Carolina Roy Cooper (919) 716-6400
North Dakota Wayne Stenehjem (701) 328-2210
Ohio Mike DeWine (614) 466-4320
Oklahoma Scott Pruitt (405) 521-3921
Oregon John Kroger (503) 378-4400
Pennsylvania William H. Ryan, Jr. (Acting) (717) 787-3391
Rhode Island Peter Kilmartin (401) 274-4400
South Carolina Alan Wilson (803) 734-3970
South Dakota Marty Jackley (605) 773-3215
Tennessee Robert E. Cooper Jr. 615-741-3491
Texas Greg Abbott (512) 463-2100
Utah Mark Shurtleff (801) 538-9600
Vermont William Sorrell (802) 828-3173
Virginia Ken Cuccinelli (804) 786-2071
Washington Rob McKenna (360) 753-6200
West Virginia Darrel V. McGraw (304) 558-2021
Wisconsin J.B. Van Hollen (608) 266-1221
Wyoming Bruce A. Salzburg (307) 777-7841

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Comments
39 Responses to “Today | Nationwide Call-In Day to the Attorneys General”
  1. Kim Elgee says:

    I would have called had I known. My bank fraud story is online at http://www.alaskasyrup.com
    under the button option fraud family and Williams Syndrome. Let the site loan as its full of documents. The documents are scanned and the fraud exposed. We reported it to our Attorney Genral here in Alaska and they could care less. I sent OCC documents and many more agencys and received the same response. I posted our Alaska Attorney Generals letter online to show their response at the site too. I promise you wont beleive what happened with faxed extortion letters received from the bank and so much more. Documents proving the fraud. Letters from the bank denying the fraud. Its online because its true and they cant do a thing about it. Its been online since February.
    Go to http://www.alaskasyrup.com

  2. Everyone needs to look on google for:

    gold and tender bill

    that the Governor of Utah just signed!

    This is great and Georgia is also on this track as should all the other states.

    Michael-Lynn @ The “MIXED WAR” Room and The Trials of Life

    • oops, mistake –

      google:

      gold and silver tender bill

      • I am not sure how useful this information will be to anyone, but yesterday while doing google searches I found out that every bank has a “code of ethics”. I have read some that do not say much except there are some points about doing good for every community and some have a way for employees to report violations via email or phone line if not only to a supervisor or internal affairs department, about laws being broken.

        I phoned on of the numbers about midnight last night and actually had someone answer.

        I would think that contacting them this way might work to get their attention at the CEO level and perhaps I will be able to give a good report about the email I sent to the CEO: Richard Davis that has written an introduction to the code and ethics of US BANK and how he might do the nice and right things like we see the Undercover Boss on the tv program do when he or she gets in touch with reality.

        A former retired top executive having responsibility for deciding who got insurance claims paid and who did not, that has woke up after stopping at a free health clinic in Kentucky where thousands came from several states for medical treatment. He has since testified before Congress as an advocate for correction and how sorry he was for only thinking of people as numbers on his job instead of seeing the real need and hurt and how he could have cared more and helped correct things gone wrong when everyone has a fragmented responsibility and job function having very little concept of what is real in life when sitting in ivory towers far removed from the grassroots. This man was on 60 minutes last year, but I do not remember his name.

  3. Today, between the hours of 4 and 5 PM I called several phone numbers on the list of AG above, east of the Mississippi, as a follow up doing a freelance investigation to write an article on the success of this Campaign.

    In general, about half of AG requires that a selection from a menu and the other half you can get directly to someone live answering or by punching “0” for operator regardless of the menu that gets you no where as needed.

    Everyone I spoke with knew what I was asking about.

    Some directed me to a press/media or communications office and some even checked me out while we spoke by going to my new web URL, but for the most part, even though a few times the answer was – “not sure as several people here each day answer the phone so only a supervisor would know I got an answer after I left a message for them to call me back.

    Illinois called back right away, but did not tell me yet and am waiting for that number.

    I am still waiting for a couple of other calls back or email.

    Georgia had a recorded message to listen to as I waited, stating that this is the early stages of investigation and no settlement is forthcoming and that there is no federal pressure being asserted on the AG to make any quick or easy settlement.

    Many times, such as for the AG of Indiana, the menu is limited and Indiana does not have any place to file a complaint about foreclosure or tenant violations. The website for IAG also does not provide anything appropriate, however they told me that they did get about 20 calls yesterday.

    20 calls seems to be a viable number to calculate a total for all fifty states, inasmuch as:

    Alabama had zero as told to me by the Consumer Affairs division; and

    Connecticut seemed to have the highest @ 50; and

    Lori transferred me to a media department at the Florida office and the person there requires an email request for answer to the question (shannon.knowles@myfloridalegal.com); and

    Harrold Turner, ext 238 of 502-429-7134 said about six calls and one email came in yesterday and perhaps another 3 more calls today.

    I am also waiting to hear back from Joy Yearout with the communications department press office for a total from Michigan (517-373-8060).

    Maryland had 10-20.

    Mass. is supposed to let me know.

    Maine had 19 yesterday and 2 today for 21 total.

    Waiting also to hear back from Georgia and Deleware.

    I only called states east of the Mississippi and not all of them in the hour I did this, but would not expect the number in any state, except California and Arizona … like Florida and Michigan (that has a “hardest hit” phone number to call to assist people with housing assistance) to have any higher numbers.

    I just got back a call from the Georgia AG who stated the number of calls received yesterday and today where about 60. In respect to this man I am not releasing his name and phone number for this reason – he informed me to let everyone know that such a phone campaign is extremely counterproductive. That when the AG receives these kinds of call campaigns they do not get the work done that needs to be done during the two days at the office that accomplished nothing as time was all wasted by the AG speaking with people that are misinformed and believing everything they see on the internet, like – Obama calling AG offices and telling the AG to settle now and do it easy – this is just bunk internet by people that like to do stupid things to the minds of everyone.

    What this appears to boil down to is that everyone should send a letter and not phone. The GAG stated this is the best way to be heard. The GAG does not have the manpower and several people answer the phone and so this caller input is just not very precise nor to the point and not on target. The GAG also said that this is the second time such a call campaign on this subject has occurred in the last month or so and nothing at the office got done to investigate things.

    So there it is and now we better come up with a better way to encourage and support the AG in each state so that they can best do what they are supposed to be doing to help us and beat the BANKSTERS with the authority and power of the State as combined effort to fix this mortgage mess.

    Michael-Lynn @ The “MIXED WAR” Room and The Trials of Life

    P.S. So 20 calls per state, as a good mean average, multiplied by 50 states, would yield 1,000 calls and a lot of wasted time by everyone calling and being called yesterday.

    P.S.S. Does anyone know how many people got this email notice before it was circulated to others that we can not track the number for to know what percentage called from this email notice?

  4. Deb says:

    Tell your attorney general that the dirty secret about banks is out, the Federal Reserve Bank and its Bank cartel is the biggest heist in history,it’s gone main stream news (fox).
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZmW3ytfhZ9M
    Attorney Generals have taken an oath to uphold the Constitution.The whole bank ponzi scam is unconstitutional, along with the kangaroo court system, and any decision other than criminal charges for the Banks, will subject the AG’s to being a party to the biggest theft ever. IF they don’t convict,they have violated PUBLIC TRUST, The AJs should be subject to RICO and Treason charges.

  5. WILLIAM HOLMES says:

    WE HAVE ALL BEEN GUILTY OF TAKING ADVANTAGES OF SITUATIONS IN ALL OF OUR LIVES. EVEN THOUGH THE BANKS ARE BAD SO ARE WE. AS PEOPLE WE NEED TO TAKE RESPONSIBILITY FOR OUR ACTIONS JUST AS MUCH AS WE BLAME THE BANKS AND GOVERNMENT FOR EVERYTHING. WE NEED TO GO BACK TO WHAT OUR FORE FATHERS WOULD WANT AND THAT S TO BE MORE INDEPENDENT THAN RELYING ON THE GOVERNMENT TO FIX EVERYTHING AND TO LIVE WITHIN OUR MEANS. WE HAVENT BEEN THIS WAY IN YEARS..LETS GROW OUR OWN FOOD AND SAVE THE MONEY WE MAKE UNDER OUR BEDS. GO BACK TO CREATING OUR OWN BUISNESS AND HELPING ONE ANOTHER TO SUCEED TOGETHER. UNITED WE STAND DIVIDED WE FALL……WORDS OF THE WISE.

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