In this series of videos, we’re going to discuss methodologies, and or strategies, which can be moulded, to suit your own situation, and, if used correctly, can assist you in paying only that which is “due” to the Bank: most likely that amount is nothing.
One of the greatest skills you’ll learn is recognising the “trick” which [witch] is being played on you. This is, for many, like trying to spot the magician’s sleight-of-hand, and the skilled magician can perform his trick right in front of your eyes, yet still leave you unaware of where-and-when the trick occurred. And even though you know, or have reason to believe, that you have been tricked in some way, you repeatedly go back for more.
In order to “make” a “loan”, the Bank creates “money” (or that which is treated “as-money”), from “thin-air”, on their own computer-systems, as a direct result of you depositing; a security instrument, which is itself, treated as “cash” for accounting-purposes. You have already given the bank something of “book-value” – and you’ll see why that’s important in this-video-series.
Consider the Pawn Broker, who loans money in exchange for “some-thing” of “recognised-value” being deposited, as “security”, for the loan.
If, upon your return to the shop, the Pawn Broker reveals his intention to keep the security;
- Would you pay him back what you “borrowed”?
- Would you HAVE-TO pay him back?
- What if the security-item was worth more than the loan?
- Would the Pawn Broker owe you money?
Another technique we discuss is; using a third party/best friend. They can act as your agent, with or without your power of attorney (optional). Your best-friend might happen to be an accountant, auditor, forensic examiner, loss adjuster, insurance underwriter, financial adviser, solicitor, barrister and or just an unknown-quantity.
This information should should be useful for you if you have:
- An unsecured personal loan
- A credit card
- A store card.
You’ll be able to use much of what you learn in this short series of videos to great effect when dealing with anyone who says you: “owe” them “money”.
This is just the tip of the “debt” iceberg; and you can be certain you’ll come away much better informed, and in a much more powerful position, to make sure those sneaky bankers don’t rob you ever again.
Lastly, once you have gone through the videos, you’ll be able to decide if or not you want to go deeper and learn some of the master level ways of dealing with lending institutions so that they get used to the fact YOU are not going to fall for their lies and deceit and YOU don’t owe them anything!
Disclaimer. The content on this site is purely educational. It should not be construed as being legal or financial advice in any way shape or form. You must always consult your legal and or financial advisor before embarking on any of the strategies outlined here. See more...