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Tuesday, May 15, 2018

Don’t sign NDAs




Anna von Reitz 
Dec 2017

     Don’t sign NDAs

a. NDAs should not be signed for a currency exchange. Currency exchanges that are legitimate are perfectly legal and if they are gold or silver based currencies, lawful as well.

b. (By signing an NDA) they have "captured" your unwitting signature on a water-marked or otherwise trademarked or "enclosed" legal document. Just as they do with house mortgages.

c. This gives them the power to exercise your signature as if it belonged to them and they use it just like a rubber stamp to create assets for themselves and debts for you. It's a form of counterfeiting, but if you allow them to do it, they will.

d. My advice:
Serve them with a Notice of Liability and Copyright Notice. Inform them that you own the copyright to your Given Name in all its styles, orders, punctuation, and forms and they are foreclosed from using your signature on an NDA or any other paperwork for any use or purpose not fully disclosed, including the issuance of any orders or securities or receipts.

e. What I see a lot of is cheating by lawyers operating as "Paymasters". They are the only ones getting paid. They take the money into trust accounts and then block the funds and trade on them, benefiting themselves while the actual owners of the assets wait and wait and wait some more.

f. They roll these assets every 45 days so there is always some big "stir" every 45 days and nothing ever comes of it. Once in a while somebody gets fat enough to drop off the vine or gets forced to pay off by a Strong Arm and then a few people actually get paid - only a small pittance compared to what the lawyer already made off their money.

g. Most Paymasters are intrinsically dishonest and you have to beat them with sticks. Once they get scared enough, they pay. Not until.

5 comments:

  1. Should the date on this article read, "Dec 2017"? Not "Dec 2018" -- which hasn't happened yet...?

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    1. Absolutely! My mistake - thanks for bringing it to my attention. Made the correction - hope it 'took' and shows up correctly now! Blessings!

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  2. native can not be artificial or fictitious.

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  3. We are native can not be artificial or fictitious.

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  4. So where would you find a notice of liability and copyright notice

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