How To Become A Secured Party/ Creditor
- The Completed Sample Forms clearly illustrates how the form might be prepared and serves as a useful guide when you are unsure about the information required to fill out the form.
- Speed up your document preparation and avoid costly mistakes by referring to the Completed Sample Forms whenever you have a question.
- Completed Sample Forms are available in pdf format.
What do our Members say?
Join Today by enrolling!
Get In The Secured Party Zone!
Accelerate Your Process
A definite step-by-step Secured Party/ Creditor process that can be used as a reference template by almost anyone, anywhere, at any time.
- We now offer Sample Forms with fillable fields. The Sample Forms are a helpful guide to speed up your document preparation process.
- Sample Forms with fillable fields are available in PDF format.
Join the tribe today
The Secured Party/ Creditor process does more than that to protect assets owned by financial institutions and government agencies, such as loans, bonds, or tickets.
We have been programmed to believe that we have freedom simply because we are citizens of a country. Keep your assets safe. Being a citizen does not imply being free. The path to true and divine freedom is to claim and secure your birthright. We were deprived of our birthright, which forced us into debt in order to satisfy our desire for liberty. However, we had access to liberty from the beginning. By becoming a Secured Party/ Creditor, you can reclaim your freedom status.
Make It Social! |
Frequently asked questions
1. What is a Secured Party/ Creditor?
CREDITOR. “Creditor” includes a general creditor, a secured creditor, a lien creditor and any representative of creditors, including an assignee for the benefit of creditors, a trustee in bankruptcy, a receiver in equity and an executor or administrator of an insolvent debtor’s or assignor’s estate. UCC 1-201(12). See Note.ption
2. Who exactly is a Secured Party/ Creditor?
3. What are the benefits of becoming a Secured Party/ Creditor?
- The Secured Party/ Creditor is not obligated to the government's bankruptcy, and therefore doesn't pay taxes, interests or liabilities.
- He is not obligated to use Federal Reserve Notes (FRNs), and is exempted to pay any debt in the form of FRNs.
- A secured party is also legally backed to only transact using gold and silver. But since this has been expunged due to the government's bankruptcy sham, the secured party is therefore not mandated to pay such debts or taxes in gold or silver, because they are not available.
- Also, the state is a "debtor" and therefore cannot compel a Secured party who is a "creditor" to pay anything. They borrowed from "citizens" in the first place, and therefore are indebted to the "citizen".
- Only when extremely necessary does the Secured party use the FRNs for daily transactions.
- The Secured Party/ Creditor is also able to discharge debts, because he is exempted from debts in the first place. This is done using the "Acceptance for Value" principle.
4. Why is becoming a Secured Party/ Creditor so Important?
Over the years, several researchers came about this conspiracy and have devised ways to break free from it and attain true commercial liberty, legally. Realizing this slave and master relationship is not enough; doing something about it is more important. To undo what has been done, one has to revisit how it all came about in the first place- and that is the birth certificate signed by the child's parent, granting right of property to the government and enslaving the child in the process. It is a Cause and Effect relationship, and to reverse it, positions must be switched.
5. Why is being legally classified a fourteenth Amendment U.S. citizen not a good thing?
6. How does being a fourteenth Amendment citizen classify you as a slave, legally?
7. How long does it take to become a Secured Party/ Creditor?
8. When filing my Secured Party/ Creditor documents, can I also add my children?
9. Is there anyone who has had an IRS levy or lien removed by the issuance of a bond?
10. Do Bonds work to get a friend or relative free from prison?
11. When you use Bonds to pay off debts, how does this affect your credit?
12. I heard the Bond is like a check that you take to the bank. Is that correct?
13. If a lease has been broken and a judgment results, can a bond be used to satisfy
the judgment? Do you give it to the judge?
14. Can a bond be used to pay a student loan?
15. Is there anyone who has discharged a debt with a bond to a credit card company and still have an account with them. If so, what company?
16. How long does the process take before you know your name has been cleared of the debt?
17. Once a Bond is sent out to the credit card company and the debt is still turned over to a collection agency, what do you do next?
18. Who can you send the Bond to?
19. What is the time period I should allow for acceptance for the Bond?
How do I know if the Bond is accepted?
20. What should I do if a judge doesn’t honor a Bond for a case?
Response – If you get a response back that says your bond isn’t any good, write across it, “Accepted as true and returned to you as true for closure and discharge. (see attached) Put a copy of the bond with the response and send it back to them.
Many people have been successful using various types and kinds of bonds. From indemnity bonds to GSA bonds. Others have even drafted there own bonds that have had a great beneficial impact on their situations.
21. Are the “Bonds” in the packet actually “Bills of Exchange”?
22. In response to a bond I sent, I received a letter from the credit card company (Citibank) which quotes Federal law 12 USC 24 Seventh: “Loan and extension of credit as all direct or indirect advance of funds to a person made on the basis of any obligation of that person to repay the funds.” The letter also states the type of communication as “immaterial and legally frivolous,” then states case U.S. v. Pottkorf, 989 F Supp. 792, “Extension of credit is lawful; therefore, payment must be remitted and close account.” How does one reply to such a letter?
23. Must all bonds be created with an accompanying UCC-3 adding them to the UCC-1? If so, what remarks are on the UCC-1, and shouldn’t a copy of the bond be added along with the filing?
24. What is a Trademark Copyright?
It is very important to put your copyright on a UCC-1. More important than putting your birth certificate!
25. If I want to separate myself from the strawman, how do I do it?
26. How can a Power of Attorney and Copyright be used in a child support case?
27. If you file your Copyright/Trademark on your UCC-1, does it make it legal?
28. What do you do in a situation where the party you are sending a correspondence to, doesn't respond? (be it a state attorney, judge, clerk, bill collector etc..)
Get their response in writing, under penalty of perjury!
28. What does Accepted for Value mean?
. . . a simple contract is one that is not a contract of record and not under seal; it may be either written or