Did you know, A Check Is A Promissory Note Negotiable Security Instrument?
Every time you sign a check – a personal check is a Promissory Note; the Banks make a derivative on it every time you write one to pay anything; the banks do not have any money at all. What the banks do is endorse your canceled check on the back after you present it for payment “Without Recourse” and then they sell it as a “Derivative”…they monetize it and sell it internationally. The Banks Monetize Debt under the Monetary Control Act of 1980.
If you write a check to pay off a debt or to deposit into your bank account for $100 you’ll have 20 or 30 international corporations using your canceled check after your bank endorses it on the back “Pay to the order of, Without Recourse”.
That is why your bank never gives you back your canceled checks anymore. This started in 1994 when Banks started the unlawful securitization to rob you of your hard earned money as human capital to pay off the Government’s fictitious “National Debt”? The reason you don’t get your canceled checks back anymore is, because the banks make derivatives out of them and sell them internationally as a promissory note and make money that you don’t even know you are giving them.
All personal checks are promissory notes and commercial paper under the U.C.C. verified by Black’s Law Dictionary, 8th Edition. You’re actually loaning money to the bank, just like you did at your mortgage closing… You’re loaning the money to the bank and the bank loans it to other people making derivatives into the Billions of dollars. Now, you can write the Little Promissory Note, LPN, that we process in 14 days with simple, step by step, instructions, at Cancel1Mortgage.info to pay off your mortgages and debts. The banks have accepted our LPNs 100% of the time. We have the Solution to your credit problems under Public Law and Government Policy 73-10, Chapter 48, 48 Stat 112. Read our website, Cancel1Mortgage.info and see the proof of the LPN mortgage and debt payoff in our LPN E-booklet. We even have the Enforcement Solution in our LPN instructions.