Accepted For Value
Accepted For Value Doesn’t Work? What Works Instead:
Many people surfing around the internet for stories or instructions on the Accepted for Value process normally hit a brick road, get caught in information paralysis, or aren’t able to have the ability to enforce their discharging of their debt. Hopefully this article will be able to clear up what is working, how to get it work, and provide a new foundation for your understanding and application. The information provided is for entertainment purposes only!
Accepted for Value is also known as “Bankers Acceptance” and according to Wikipedia, it is defined as follows:
Banker’s Acceptance is a promised future payment, or time draft, which is accepted and guaranteed by a bank and drawn on a deposit at the bank. The banker’s acceptance specifies the amount of money, the date, and the person to which the payment is due. After acceptance, the draft becomes an unconditional liability of the bank. But the holder of the draft can sell (exchange) it for cash at a discount to a buyer who is willing to wait until the maturity date for the funds in the deposit.
Winston Shrout points out that one of the maxim’s of commercial law is that whoever provides the liability is the one who must also provide the remedy. So therefore you are hit with a bill or a debt – but because DEBT IS MONEY since the elimination of the backing of the currency by precious metals. The commercial world is an admiralty system in which there is forgiveness for your debts. In Matthew 6:12, in the Christian bible it says forgiveness of your “sins” but in some version of the bible it says “debts”.
And forgive us our debts, as we also have forgiven our debtors. -Matthew 6:12
So the “hidden” commercial remedy to all of us – is that we can “accept” our bills, invoices, statements, or any evidence of debt “for value” (for the value that the total balance due is stated on the invoice), and return them “for value” in order to create a negotiable instrument in accordance with Black’s Law Dictionary’s definition of Bankers Acceptance, and in accordance with Biblical Law, and HJR 192/Public Law 7310 (the removal of precious metal’s backing the U.S. and most of the world Currency).
This is no different than most American’s do every day – transferring Federal Reserve Notes “for value”. i.e. “For the Value” of $1, $20, or $100 that is written on them in order to discharge our debts. The notes are backed by no precious metal or any asset, but are only traded on “good faith” and “acceptance” of the number that is printed on it. The similarity of A4V and giving FRN’s, is that they are both worthless pieces of paper except the value printed on it is “accepted” by the other party. The difference of A4V and FRN’s is that the if you are a Secured Party Creditor, the A4V actually places a lien on your birth certificate estate (or stock certificate in the USA corporation). These birth certificate bonds have a value and are being traded and you can even look up their value on fidelity with the cusip number (birth certificate number). The government uses the birth certificates as collateral in order to take out more loans from the International Creditors like the IMF, Rothschild European banks, etc.
Again, the important concept to remember about Accepted For Value, is that all money is just evidence of a debt, and the value is speculative and that any note, bond, or bill is only as good as the value it is accepted for. So, if you send it to them and they keep it, you can prove that they have accepted it and your debt is now no longer your obligation (discharged).
The internet sensation around the Accepted For Value craze hit back in 2008 with a Talkshoe conference recording by Doug Riddle about a string of apparent Accepted For Value successes, short-termed by the niche students desperate to find a lottery-ticket way to pay off their debts effortless as “A4V” or “AFV”. The apparent successes and first-hand accounts of successes excited many who have been distasteful of the government, IRS, and big corporations have the idea that the world around us is corrupt and hopeless – but they think that “maybe there is a hidden hole out of the planet prison after all?”
So, for the next few years, the A4V sensation “went viral” in a small sect of “Patriot” “Libertarian” and “Constitutionalist” sects of Ron Paul supporters, Alex Jones fans, and Old-School Constitutionalists. But it created it’s own breed and a much more niche sect of researchers for those desperate to save their homes from foreclosure or unable to pay back their debts from credit cards, etc. Many of those fighting the IRS without much success have turned to a non-combative “Acceptance” mindset and have seen successes where years of fighting with the agency and constitutional arguments seemed only to put their friends and allies in U.S. jails across the country.
The financial collapse in 2008 created a huge spike in people trying to find a way to stop or delay foreclosure and save their homes. A new research community of those working with or without lawyers combined with those studying the popular and infamously powerful “Jurisdictionary” course on how to prepare or defend your own lawsuit, all converged together on talkshoe.com and various other private membership websites, as well as in some supportive churches around the country. Many of these people embraced some of the Accepted for Value method(s).
Within a few short months of that talkshoe, everyone was asking “Have you heard of this A4V thing?”
At least four posts have sprung up on DailyPaul.com, including this one titled “What is Accepted for Value? better find out!”, in December of 2008.
The instructions on Doug’s talkshoe were quite simple: write “Accepted for Value Returned for Value Exempt From Levy, Deposit to the U.S. Treasury and Charge the Same to JOHN H DOE 123-45-6789 ADJUST THE BALANCE TO ZERO” or something to that effect.
Oh… and, mail it to Stop 4440 in Ogden, Utah, care of the Internal Revenue Service (Criminal Investigation Division).
For people that feared sending something to the Internal Revenue Service, especially asserting a right and sending to CID…that was a hard jump. Many hesitated and feared but saw others get remedy.
Well after a few short months, people stopped getting their remedy consistently. Over the next four or five years, the rate of successes by this simple process has reduced to below 1%.
A few years later, Commerce Coaches and teachers like Brandon Alexander Adams, founder of CreditorsInCommerce.com, pieced together his teachings from Winston Shrout in order to create an enforecment outline. He teamed up with his partners and starting teaching private workshops around the country teaching the administrative enforcement process, sometimes called “Administrative Procedures” or “Administrative Process”.
“The purpose of an Administrative Process…is to procure a record,” Brandon says in one of his latest CIC/MIC Seminars. He goes on to teach how important it is to create an admissible record to which one can submit as evidence into a court, and for the Judge to take judicial notice of that record, so that he can rule in your favor and have your Claim (that your A4V or private process had discharged or eliminated your obligation; and your assertion of a $0 balance due) and for those facts to be recognized and by the Public (Mainstream/Status Quo) Court System.
It is such a powerful and involved process with much intricate details, that a beginner should seek a coach to walk them through the entire process.
And of course, if your going to need to force your process of a discharge to get recognition through the courts – in order to compel the bank (or whomever) to zero the account and cease and desist collections – obviously the A4V process is usually only going to be appropriate if you are a) out of options b) can’t afford to make your payments otherwise and c) do not need the service anymore.
Don’t need the service? What I mean by that is for example, you have a high balance on a Credit Card. If you are ready to cut up the credit card and have no use for it anymore, but just want to discharge the debt….that might be a low risk situation (if you follow through and do it properly of course!). Conversely, if you try this on an electric or phone bill, although you won’t be liable for the debt (if don’t right), you will find your service be shut off pretty quickly…
Brandon says that the rate of students trying this on their own to A4V their mortgage and stop foreclosure is extremely low, that he recommends people just go through whatever lengths to get a job, and continue paying their mortgage the old fashioned way.
We too, here at UnderstandContractLawAndYouWin, after doing this for more than 4 years, have seen way too many people loose and loose big due to lack of knowledge and lack of experience with Accepted For Value processes or procedures. When the stakes are high and you have a lot on the line – potential lien, levy, garnishment, repossessing your vehicle, or seizing and foreclosing of your home, you want to proceed forward with caution if you do decide to do any of this.
For your entertainment and learning processes, we at UCL have been following around Brandon, Winston, Doug Riddle, and all the A4V guru’s and piecing together what works, and have been updating our niche community of clients who decide to support our work by their donations to our cause. We have helped many people by walking them through, explaining and showing examples of what is currently being used by Commerce mastery students across the continent and even across the world in Australia, Canada, the U.K, and elsewhere.
It has taken me many years to get narrowed in on exactly which documents to use and which ones are getting consistent results and how to enforce the ones that are a little more challenging. Be prepared – if the stakes are high you *might* need to go to court! So, learn a little about the Public court procedure process as well (recommended: Jurisdictionary course).
Be careful too – that there are many scams out there that look very similar to a properly lawful Bankers Acceptance as defined in Black Law Dictionary or Wikipedia. It wouldn’t be in the dictionary if it was illegal! But be careful because there are certain interests out there that are infiltrating A4V communities and teaching illegal schemes in order to try to tarnish the reputation and teach law enforcement that this is all illegal. One easy example of an obviously illegal scam is writing checks on closed checking accounts, which is NOT a Banker’s Acceptance but is illegal in many ways.
This method, also known as “EFT” or Electronic Funds Transfer is being taught and apparently there are some loopholes that will make an unsuspecting novice appear like it works. The electronic funds will “transfer” only to get reversed shortly thereafter and the naive student might be facing criminal charges. Both Winston, Brandon, and us at UCL that you do everything at your own liability, but for sure we say STAY AWAY from EFT!!!
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The Bottom Line is that the “simple” A4V Successes you read about on the internet are only in 1% of the cases and aren’t really even happening anymore. The IRS special offices are not processing them anymore, and our students are no longer sending the instruments to the IRS but are doing a new process and sometimes have to go as far as to get enforcement in the courts through submitting certain filings and records, and possibly showing up or appointing an assignee or trustee to appear for them.
Hopefully now you have more insight into understanding Accepted For Value!
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