Update - November 24, 2010 - With the growth of this website I am hoping that sharing important foreclosure information and ideas will help educate interested homeowners as to the kind of legal activities they can take in regards to their HAMP and Parallel Foreclosure experience.
Update - September 30, 2010 - due to "people power considerations" the idea of swarming the banks via phone calls is being given out freely to anyone who wants to try it in their own city.)
Please note, I am no longer advocating calling the banks en masse as the issue of home foreclosures is now in the mainstream. The information below is simply historical as to why Swarm the Banks was first started, but no longer reflects the direction that Swarm the Banks is now headed.
First view the blog column to your far left and your far right where it says "Shame the Banks". They are both filled with Shame the Banks story links from home owners who feel they are not being treated fairly by their banks.
The banks will be given a certain amount of time to respond to the homeowners letters. If the bank or financial institution does not respond within a certain amount of time, Swarm the Banks volunteers will be asked to call the particular bank or loan institution in question and ask what is going on with the specific loan case.
The phone swarming will continue until the banks figure out a reasonable solution.
Yes, it's that easy. You can start your own phone bank in your own city if you want to try and help your fellow home foreclosure victims.