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Posts tagged ‘Edward Maggio’ The Secrets “they” don’t want you to know (or “Accepted 4 Value, Part Deux”)

Very Last Minute Update: Mr. Maggio, has, apparently, denied employing or being associated denied his law office (the one that supports the “Sovereign rights” movement) is involved in any way with Casey Serin. One has to wonder about the original video, featuring our very own Snowflake. Also, why an attorney would advertise his law office by associating it with the Sovereign Rights movement when the FBI has warned American citizens about it, calling it “Domestic Terrorism”  (links here and here). Then again, I have no confirmation about anything, and this is all “for entertainment purposes only”, anyway.

Party on, Wayne.

Party on, Wayne.

Hey all!

Campidiot has done it, yet again. They got the audio file for a secret meeting, led by none other than Edward Maggio (Esq.).

Ever wonder what your $1,200 get you when you become a member? Even better, if doing an A4V is completely legal and valid, why would anyone ever ask you to keep quiet about it?

All these questions and more are answered by the legal team. One thing I do know – it’s pretty much like Fight Club in there:

First rule about You do NOT talk about
First rule about You do NOT talk about

Also, everyone is fucking nuts. And there’s no Marla Singer in there, so it’s kinda gay, too.

It should be said again: the FBI does NOT look kindly upon A4V scams. Do NOT fall for these known frauds. I can’t stress this enough: A4V and those who support it are full of bull.

Redemption / Strawman / Bond Fraud

Proponents of this scheme claim that the U.S. government or the Treasury Department control bank accounts—often referred to as “U.S. Treasury Direct Accounts”—for all U.S. citizens that can be accessed by submitting paperwork with state and federal authorities. Individuals promoting this scam frequently cite various discredited legal theories and may refer to the scheme as “Redemption,” “Strawman,” or “Acceptance for Value.” Trainers and websites will often charge large fees for “kits” that teach individuals how to perpetrate this scheme. They will often imply that others have had great success in discharging debt and purchasing merchandise such as cars and homes. Failures to implement the scheme successfully are attributed to individuals not following instructions in a specific order or not filing paperwork at correct times.

This scheme predominately uses fraudulent financial documents that appear to be legitimate. These documents are frequently referred to as “bills of exchange,” “promissory bonds,” “indemnity bonds,” “offset bonds,” “sight drafts,” or “comptrollers warrants.” In addition, other official documents are used outside of their intended purpose, like IRS forms 1099, 1099-OID, and 8300. This scheme frequently intermingles legal and pseudo legal terminology in order to appear lawful. Notaries may be used in an attempt to make the fraud appear legitimate. Often, victims of the scheme are instructed to address their paperwork to the U.S. Secretary of the Treasury.

Tips for Avoiding Redemption/Strawman/Bond Fraud:

  • Be wary of individuals or groups selling kits that they claim will inform you on to access secret bank accounts.

  • Be wary of individuals or groups proclaiming that paying federal and/or state income tax is not necessary.
  • Do not believe that the U.S. Treasury controls bank accounts for all citizens.
  • Be skeptical of individuals advocating that speeding tickets, summons, bills, tax notifications, or similar documents can be resolved by writing “acceptance for value” on them.
  • If you know of anyone advocating the use of property liens to coerce acceptance of this scheme, contact your local FBI office.

For more information:
Sovereign Citizen Movement

You may now have to wonder why on earth would Edward Maggio and  insist so much on secrecy when all they are doing is legal, lawful, ethical, and moral (or not, at least according to the FBI).

So I’ll let you in on “The Secret They Don’t Want You To Know”. Please pay attention to Edward Maggio, Esq., on the recording. You’ll notice he says something about A4V – that there are NO records of any succesful A4V transactions. Not One. Zero. Nada. That’s the freaking secret. It’s all a fraud.



One thing is for sure: with Eddie Maggio & Casey Serin onboard,

This is gonna be a wild, crazy ride, Esquire!
This is gonna be a wild, crazy ride, Esquire!

So, here it goes. Download the freakin’ sooper-sekrit audio file here.

James Marks
Hoping to clean the world of blood-sucking parasites one MP3 at a time,
October 18th, 2010