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Wednesday, August 30, 2017

Contracts and Liability - Part of the Answer to the Fraud



Found here:  https://inpowermovement.com/

18 comments:

  1. I've been receiving Inpower posts for a while now. Great stuff.

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  2. This is brilliant! After studying the united States Constitution, Common and contractual law for over 46 years, I KNOW this is the way. When we "hit them where they live" they will turn and run. It's that simple. Dr. James Chappell

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    1. Hello James I've read your comment, and I'm interested in knowing with this information or rather the NOL, would it be of any good to me in a foreclosure case?
      Just Curious, as to using this against the bar association?

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    2. Go to getoutofdebtfree.org. They apply this method and i've used it to void fraudulent bank loans. They may have done something with mortgages as well, not sure. Do the research. This works!

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    3. your welcome. It definately works for loans. I got rid of 8000 dollars in debt to HSBC. It's all fraud. Loans, mortgages and credit cards. Just be brave and do your homework. Don't back down. Lots of support on the forums there too. God bless

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    4. Hello again kimberly...
      I've just gone to the website and it's changed somewhat. Just giving you a link to the letters that are sent as they can be hard to find.

      http://getoutofdebtfree.org/forum/viewtopic.php?f=185&t=107293#.WRxYW-SGP5o

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  3. Excellent Video. Thank you ANNA and each and everyone of you for ALL you do on a daily basis, YOU have left noone behind!! much LOVE

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  4. Thank you so much for doing this! You are saving lives! God Bless You!!

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  5. Great information Anna, thank you..

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    1. Kimberly...I dont want to be a pessamiest but a foreclosure will be the hardest thing you can ever get remedy for because of the number of people and agencies , and banks involved. The only thing you can do is to start a comunication yourself with the lender, which by now is nothing but a servicing Co. for a lender that has no standing to even foreclose on you or anyone else. You cant just walk into court without doing some administrative work yourself first. And you can narrow it down to only 3 letters...1) QRL(Qualified Written Letter) which is what every attorney does and the courts are used to seeing. You can format it as a "conditional acceptance", because the last thing you want to do is start a controvercy because the courts will always side with the banks(and their attorneys). Basically you are saying, ok I will agree with you on "proof of claim" that there is a "REAL PARTY OF INTEREST IN THIS CASE"(FRCP17(a))who has first hand knowledge of the original transaction that can testify under complete unlimited liability to the facts surrounding this loan!! Trust me they dont. Then bury them with at least 6 other questions that you know they cant answer like 2)How was the loan created.3) who was the borrower and who was the lender(you created the loan with your signiture) , 4) was there a 3 day "truth in lending" clause in the original contract that gave you the right of "rission" of the loan.(no there wasnt and by law that clause should be in their but they never do it because they dont want you shopping for a better loan). Just go to some sites for more questions like that and give them 15 days to answer it. Then give them one more chance with the 2nd letter....2) An Opportunity to Cure Defect... because whatever they give you will be bogus just to through you off....Then just move to letter 3) Notice of Default and file it after 15 days of no response, with the countys recorders office with it noterized...!!! Im assuming you have already accepted there notice of "Foreclosure". But hopefully you didnt accept the last letter which will be an "unlawful Detainer" served by a process server. You need to send that back refused for lack of proper service. You dont live or reside in the Corp. United States(The State of the Forum...where contracts are made using your zip code). If you accept that, you really have an uphill battle, and should seek attorneys that know how to deal with foreclosures because the courts will never respect a pro se , and neither will a jury unless you come off exactly like an attorney.... which means you should go to any court and just walk in on a lawsuit like a foreclosure, or any civil suit and watch and learn how to act as an attorney. We arent versed enough to represent ourselves unless you have plenty of courtroom experiance because they can tell immediately how versed you are with their very first "objection" that you didnt challenge. After that the banks attorney will shread you to pieces and make you look foolish in front of the jury, if it even gets that far. After those 3 letters you sent and never answered, you should only be moving the court for a dismissal of the case and nothing else. Here is why!!! Look how he handles a banker.....!!

      https://youtu.be/cNi6hc5Pc2k

      This is why you need an attorney in a real estate forclosure. You have to be able to show the jury the fraud the Banks are pulling. He made the banker look stupid.

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    2. Im sorry. But that first letter is called a "Qualified Written Request"(QWR) not letter..!!

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    3. Maybe it is better to name it like the video says...notice of liability, but you are essentially laying the grounds for someone being liable when they cant answer your questions.

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  6. When I was first notified of a "meter upgrade", I contacted my utility company and asked them if they were getting ready to put a "smart" meter on my house. I was told no, they had no plans to do that. When the guy came to switch the meter out, I again asked him if it was a "smart" meter. He said it was not. From the pictures I've seen of them on tv, I think I have one anyway. Thank you for all this great information! I will do some more checking on this.

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  7. I wonder about people who are actions are taken against based on supposition that they might do something to harm the public. Behavior specialists and courts regularly do this. It is like fortune tellers or predictors of the future. They give paper tests, or verbal memory tests like 16 word memory recall, repeating numbers backwards, finger tapping, drawing a shape you are shown then score the tests and make a claim you might be dangerous do cannot own a gun or take certain jobs with no evidence you have done anything to harm anyone. Isn't this in fact a violation of ones right to work, to do business, and an actual harm to them? Based on what? A professional opinion you might ( or might not) get in to a car accident? When, where and will it even happen? This area is huge and since the 50s grown in to a ridiculous monster oppressing people everyday.

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  8. I've done this to extinguish debt based on fraudulent loans. It works! Everything they do is based on fraud. Loans, mortgages, credit cards etc.

    If you have debt and want out go to getoutofdebtfree.org. They use the very same process and it's free. The hard part is getting your head around the fraud.

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  9. It depends on what state you live in and if the judge has any pity on you. Otherwise, your screwed. I live in one of the most corrupt and richest state and county in California, where they will not just roll over, no matter how much truth or paperwork you have....who is going to give you remedy if they refuse to listen to law, from a single patriot that has no one backing him to take notice of any fraud placed upon you as a witness to it....!!!They arent afraid of a single pro se all by himself with not even one witness to protect him.

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  10. What ever happened to accepted for value and returned to value. Exempt from levy. Using their voucher as the payment using your treasury direct account. This use to work and still should be working. If they send you a bill, thats an offer. Your acceptance of that offer averts controversy, so there's no need to even go to court. It should be balanced and the account closed.

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