Treasury Direct Account

Access your Treasury Direct Account Today! Did you know you can discharge Secured Loans, Credit Card Debt, Student Loans, Auto Loans, Assessments, Citations, Debts, Demands, Fines, Penalties, Tax Liens and Judgments buy using your own exemption?

What is our Treasury Direct Account? According to one theorist, it is a pledge that was made for each birth certificate in the amount of $630,000 (another pegs it at $1,000,000). Thus everybody and everything in the United States is simply collateral for the bonds issued by the U.S. government.

Since the Treasury Direct Account exists for the STRAWMAN -who, until now, has been controlled by government - We can gain control (and ownership) of the STRAWMAN by first activating the TDA and then filing an UCC-1 Financing Statement. This does two things for us. 

First, by activating the Treasury Direct Account we gain limited control over the funds in the account. This allows us to also move entries, figures, and digits for our benefit. 

Secondly, by properly filing an UCC-1 Financing Statement we can become the holder in due course of the STRAWMAN. This gives us virtual ownership of the government created entity. 

It's a commercial undertaking, and the basic procedure is not complicated. In fact, it's fairly simple. We just have to remember a few things, like: this is commerce, and we play by the rules of commerce. We accept the "claim", become the holder in due course, and challenge whether or not the presenter of the claim had/has the proper authority (the Order) to make the claim (debit our account) in the first place. When they cannot produce the Order (they never can, it was never issued) we request the account be properly adjusted and the charge, the "claim” is discharged and goes away. 

If they don't adjust the account a request is made for the bookkeeping records showing where the funds in question were assigned. This is done by requesting the Fiduciary Tax Estimate and the Fiduciary Tax Return for this claim. Since the claim has been accepted for value and is prepaid, and our Treasury Direct Account is exempt from levy, the request for the Fiduciary Tax Estimate and the Fiduciary Tax Return is valid because the information is necessary in determining who is delinquent and/or making claims on the account. If there is no record of the Fiduciary Tax Estimate and the Fiduciary Tax Return, we then request the individual tax estimates and individual tax returns to determine if there is any delinquency.

The first step to this Treasury Direct Account process is becoming a Secure Party Creditor by filing UCC-1 Financing Statement, then following through with getting your TDA set up, which also walks hand in hand with the Retrieving of your Birth Certificate Bond, this way you will have full control over the STRAWMAN or what other call the corporate fiction.

Where do you start? Most of the time people want to become a secure party creditor for a particular reason or they have a list of things they would like to get accomplished. Whether you are or not a secure party creditor we can help you set up your Treasury Direct Account, the concept is simple you want to discharge debt right? For only $24.95 we will consult with you and personally design a game plan for you to get done what is more important to you, plus we will answer any questions you might have.

​The cost to set up your TDA is only $450.00 and you will notice that it is a mandatory requirement as part of your SERVICES UCC 1 FILINGS process but if need be you can order separately.

​Please fill out the form below. Someone from our office will contact you within 24-48 business hours (Monday-Friday). Would you rather order over the phone? No problem contact us at 541-241-6215 tell us what you would like to order and someone will contract you back within 2-4 business days (Monday-Friday).

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The American Redemption Team