By Anna Von Reitz
There have been rumors that Mr. Trump is going to send everyone checks in the mail to help with expenses during this bankruptcy settlement process being euphemistically termed a "transition".
I would be very careful how I signed any such check.
Most likely, the rats are trying to establish a contract settlement quid pro quo, in which they claim to have paid you your share of the bankruptcy settlement --- a pittance of what you are owed --- and your unguarded signature on the back of that check would be taken as proof of your agreement.
We have no intention of being sold short or losing our claim to be fully remunerated for losses and owed the return of our property assets free and clear of debt or encumbrance.
So, if Mr. Trump sends everyone checks, sign yours "Without prejudice or settlement." in addition to your usual denomination of it as "lawful money".
Keep a copy of the check and your limited endorsement on the back and send a letter and another copy of the check front and back to Mr. Mnuchin at the Treasury, informing him that you are not settling your claim against the bankrupt UNITED STATES, INC. and require the entire amount owed to be returned to you, together with your land patents, free and clear of debt or encumbrance.
So, if they send you a partial payment, fine. Take it. But don't allow them to tell another Big Fat Whopper and claim that you accepted that check as settlement of your claim against the UNITED STATES, INC.
Use your limited endorsement to restrict their "interpretation" of your acceptance.