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Strawman Redemption Fraud! How To Not Fall Victim To Fraud! Is There A Treasury Direct Account Scam?

Updated on May 1, 2012

Strawman Redemption Fraud

The Strawman Redemption phenomenon that is spreading throughout the world is a very interesting subject. There are those who claim that our United States Government through the Treasury Department holds a bond on each and every Citizen.

There is also rumors that by submitting the proper paperwork with your State and Federal Governments, it is possible for a citizen to gain access to these “U.S. Treasury Direct Accounts”.

There are many sources that describe the legal theories behind the Redemption of your Strawman. This is also known as Accepted for Value (A4V). Researching and educating yourself concerning the existence of a fictitious entity with the same name as you in capital letters (Strawman) in and of itself is not a crime.

The Fraud occurs when trainers or websites charge exorbitant fees to teach a citizen how to access their Government Bond.

They make claims to the effect that they have succesfully discharged their debt and actually used their bond to purchase valuable items such as cars and homes.

After taking your money they will blame the individual for not properly following instructions. Either not filing the proper paperwork or the failure to file at the appropriate time.

Perpetrators of Fraud

Whether or not a bond exists based on your Birth Certificate? I don't know, but the subject does fascinate me. I would never pay anyone to put my living breathing human individual through this process.

What falls under the Fraud category is using fraudulent financial documents by making them appear legitimate.

These documents are referred to by many names such as: “Bills of Exchange,” “Promissory Bonds,” “Indemnity Bonds,” “Offset Bonds,” “Sight Drafts,” or “Comptrollers Warrants.”

They will use Official documents in a way that was not intended purpose.

The plan that these fraudsters are trying to sell to the public uses legal terminology to make it sound like they are experts in this area of the law.

They might also use Notaries to make the Fraud they are selling seem legitimate. The scheme instructs the victims to send their paperwork to the Secretary of the Treasury.

Some Hints That The Redemption Of Your Strawman Package You Are Considering Purchasing May Be A Fraudulent Scheme.

Be suspicious of any individuals or groups that are charging for any information pertaining to the Redemption Of Your Strawman. Also be cautious of any attempt to charge you for information to gain access to a "secret account".

Do your own research when it comes to paying Federal Or State income Taxes. Do not simply believe things you have read that state that these actions are unnecessary.

Research for yourself before deciding if the United States Treasury holds and controls bank accounts for each and every Citizen.

The Acceptance For Value (A4V) phenomenon concerning speeding tickets, tax bills, or other documents of this nature can be resolved through the A4V procedure is something that may cause more problems in your life then it will solve.

Although the Strawman subject is fascinating and has several levels of truth to it, I caution each individual to be ready to accept any consequences that might occur if you attempt the Redemption.

Do not fall victim to schemers who are charging to file the paperwork for you. Either learn how to do it yourself and check the sources or walk away.

I have provided several Hubs concerning Accepted for Value as well as the Strawman Redemption. I have never asked anyone for a dime for this information which I researched and collected. My hubs are for entertainment and knowledge purposes only.


The materials available on this hub are for informational purposes only and not for the purpose of providing legal advice. You should contact your attorney to obtain advice with respect to any particular issue or problem. All materiel are copyrighted properties of the author and may not be used without permission of the author.

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