Sample Description of a “Private Administrative Process” for a Debt Discharge:


1) Send a well-prepared and detailed Novation Contract with a check or money order for $100 stating that if they keep or deposit the check and do not return it within 72 hours (according to GAAP – Generally Accepted Accounting Principles), and UCC 3-603,


2) Then Demand Validation of the Debt by mailing a “Private International Remedy Demand” and “Debt Collector Disclosure Statement”,


3) Include a RRSA Request Regarding  a Statement of Account according to UCC 9-210,



4) The Alleged Debt Collector can not legally prove a valid balance on the account still exists under penalty of perjury (which they won’t do)


5) Solicit a Third-Party Custodian of Records to Witness your correspondence back and forth between the parties; and have him/her Certify the non-response and tacit agreement of the parties, and Affidavit(s) of Non-Response and Affidavits of Service, keep all mail receipts and proof of delivery


6) Send Notices of Fault, Notice of Default, and Statement of Claim or Certificate of Claim; file public notice either at County Recorder or on a UCC-1 (non-UCC filing designation), giving the public notice of your statement of claim


7) File the Abstract and Statement of Claim in a miscellaneous case file in Federal District Court


8) Get a Certified Copy out of the Filing in Federal Court and you can send records of this judgment to the Credit Bureaus with a Statement of Claim and Notice of Disputed Items and Notice to Remove Derogatory Items


9) Keep your Records and Files handy in case the company sends a third-party debt collector or law firm after you, or if they threaten or open up a lawsuit


10) Keep copies of all correspondence so that you can start Invoicing them $1,000 per telephone call, letter, or threat and $10,000 per court case you have to respond to. If they sue you open up an Answer and Counterclaim rebutting all their points, and putting your record in as an Exhibit.


Below is a sample of some of the sheets of both the PIRD and DCDS documents used in the process:



To receive all the steps involved for a full administrative completion of this process, inquire with us as you can purchase the full documents sets from us and/or get some help for data entry/document preparation so that you can do the entire procedure from beginning to end. You can also pay to get coaching from our site. Call 505-340-3632 for a Free Consultation on any Debt Discharge Questions. Mention this page to bypass the necessity for a payment.


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