[tips_and_tricks] How can I protect home from Judgement Creditors]
- I wanted to attach to this string. Paul, why are you telling somebody how to be dishonest? This is just the kind of attitude that got us where we are now. Doesn't matter who you're cheating, it's still cheating. Michael Neil; of the House Schluterbusch
I'm a bit confused by your comment as the first and fundammental
fruad occurred in a bank converting a person's signature into
new money and despoting it yet still making the signer pay
them that much more again in principle and maybe 3 x that much
more for the privilage all the while holding the property as
if it it was theirs and not the signer's hoping he would defualt
so they can keep it all and do it again. Credit cards are similar
and based on the musical chair game as there is not enuff money
printed/created to pay for the excesses the banks charge so
there's not enuff for all signer's to pay up fully, so will lose stuff
if not judgement proofed.
Open a C-card account, you have 'money' to spend but where did
the C-card get it from, definitely not from their assets nor their
customers or investors. Buy something, say a hammer, vendor
gets numbers put in his account, you get the hammer. You risked
time to earn these numbers and vendor the hammer but where the
heck does the C-card co. come it claiming they risked anything
or funded anything of theirs except the service to ease the
Proptery should be put into trust name before a sale, so check
does not have you name/numbers on it. Have this check buy
into something that can be returned or sold off easy and
proceedes then made out to trust name again or to what ever
name of company an amount is being spent on.
Used to be a place to buy gemstones with buy back policy and
added value if gems went up but owner died and family let
it drop. But you get the idea.
Its illegal to creat false liens on property so must be creative
with coopertive/understanding people to pull it off if under
investigation. A big sewer hole could be dug and contractor
not finish d/t big funds owing, but still just a hole to cover up eh.