FAQ for Debt Elimination System


Question: Does the Liberty system work with other unsecured loans like federally insured student loans?

Answer: Yes. The system works with federally insured student loans exactly the same as it does with credit cards, because they were created under same false, phony, money-out-of-thin-air process. The Liberty document content is undefeated and undefeatable, but because the repayment of government-backed phony bogus loans like student loans is enforced a little more forcefully than bank loans like credit cards, we thought at first that it might be more likely that a mere letter-writing campaign, which is how the Liberty system is currently designed, would be insufficient. We thought it might be necessary to utilize the court system very skillfully to force the lawyers representing the student loan agency to ANSWER what is in the Liberty documents. But, experience has proven that this has been no more the case than with credit card cases. It has been extremely rare that any Liberty customer has had to go to court, and even in those rare cases, our legal team has provided the winning support. We have lost not a single case.

So far, we still have a 100% success rate in student loans being cancelled without litigation. And, we have one victory letter about a student loan Treasury setoff from the U.S. Department of Education, posted on our website. If you haven't seen it, take a look at it. It is on the home page of our site, listed where it says"Proof That Debt Elimination Works".


Question: Ethically, I believe in paying my legitimate debts. If I have received real goods and services for the bills I ran up on my credit cards, then why is it ethical for me to not repay those debts?

Answer: Because the money lenders were not the sources of those goods and services. The merchants who provided the goods and services were paid, but the money lenders produced nothing. Furthermore, the money lenders never loaned anything. No money ever came out of their accounts to issue your lines of credit. They pretended to make loans, when actually nothing was ever loaned. That is called fraud. That is why this Liberty debt cancellation system legally works. “La Ferrite” means “the truth”. We are simply confronting them with the truth, and they cannot deny it.

We strongly recommend that everyone read the book The Creature from Jekyll Island, by G. Edward Griffin. It is available at Amazon.com That book reveals the fascinating story of the creation of the Federal Reserve banking system, and how what the banks of today are “loaning” has never been true money, but rather just fictions created out of thin air, in a sophisticated strategy for the bankers to take over and enslave the world.


Question(related): I would like to hear your response to the ethical question of your system being based on the fact that the credit card issuer is being fraudulent, yet to buy your system you accept credit card payment online. If they are fraudulent then why are you accepting their form of payment for your system?

Answer: The reason is because out of the three parties to the transaction, only one of them is fraudulent. That is the so-called lender. You, the customer, are producing value with the hard earned money you are paying; and we, the merchant, are providing value with our hard earned product. It is ethical and sound thus far. We should be paid and you should receive good value, rightfully so. It is when the international crime syndicate called the money lenders insert themselves into the middle of the transaction and attempt to extort their cut, that we draw the line. No money came out of their accounts to issue the loan -- it was created out of thin air using the Mandrake Mechanism -- and no value came out of them either, in the way of goods or services.

One could argue, well, they provide the medium of exchange -- i.e. the money, and administer that system. If so, then the honest way to do it would be for them to charge a small nominal fee, such as 0.01% of every transaction worldwide, for maintaining the money system. That might be fair. It would be open, honest, transparently visible, and mutually agreed upon by everyone. But paying "back" 100% of the value of the transaction PLUS usurious interest, is nothing less than outright theft and extortion. It is a parasitic influence on the global economy and has destroyed countless lives. That is wrong and must be stopped.

We are not harming anyone or taking anything that isn't offered, by accepting credit cards to pay for our products. On the contrary, as sovereigns, we are exercising our God-given right to transact in commerce and provide our goods and services using whatever medium of exchange society has most agreed upon. The fact that a corrupt cabal has tried to insert itself as a fraudulent party to the transaction is the reason for our withdrawing our support from that behavior.

Further, for every debt cancellation system we sell, and for every debt cancellation system a new customer implements, the economy is improved by that much. The economy is improved because money that was otherwise going to the international crime syndicate -- which they then use to hire armies of mercenaries to organize the banking and court systems against us -- is money that is now going instead to one's own (presumably) harmless and life-supporting home living and household expenses and perhaps education or creative and constructive projects. It is withdrawing money from what is harmful in the world and redirecting it to what is helpful. That is a most beautiful fulfillment of the purpose of ethics.


Question: Can I selectively cancel some of my credit cards like the ones with the highest balances or interest rates and keep one or more cards?
Answer: Yes. As stated in the Instructions, you can use the Liberty system on as many of the cancelable categories of debts as you wish, without limit. If you need to keep at least one credit card still working, then don’t cancel that. Obviously the cards on which you apply the Liberty cancellation system will have their accounts closed and the cards will no longer work.

So, for example, let’s say you have three Visas, two Master Cards, and one Discover card. Let’s imagine that you have come pretty close to maxing out all the cards except the Discover card. On your Discover card, you still have plenty of credit and wish to keep it as a reserve in case you need it. So, don’t use the Liberty system on that one. Use it on the Visas and MasterCards, and those accounts will be closed sometime in the months following the commencement of your Liberty letter-sending campaign.


Question: Can I selectively cancel some of my credit cards like the ones with the highest balances or interest rates and keep one or more cards?

Answer: Yes. As stated in the Instructions, you can use the Liberty system on as many of the cancelable categories of debts as you wish, without limit. If you need to keep at least one credit card still working, then don’t cancel that. Obviously the cards on which you apply the Liberty cancellation system will have their accounts closed and the cards will no longer work.
So, for example, let’s say you have three Visas, two MasterCards, and one Discover card. Let’s imagine that you have come pretty close to maxing out all the cards except the Discover card. On your Discover card, you still have plenty of credit and wish to keep it as a reserve in case you need it. So, don’t use the Liberty system on that one. Use it on the Visas and MasterCards, and those accounts will be closed sometime in the months following the commencement of your Liberty letter-sending campaign.


Question: What unsecured debts does the Liberty system NOT work with?

Answer: It doesn't work to cancel debts that are legitimately owed -- such as money your friend or father loaned you, or say a department store credit card where you received merchandise from that store AND the store did not sell the paper to another loan servicing company. If the department store kept the loan paper in-house, then that is a legitimate debt. The invalid debts, which this set successfully cancels, are the money-out-of-thin-air debts under the Federal Reserve system such as Visa, MasterCard, Discover, and other institutional credit issues.


Question: Would a peer-to-peer lender (i.e. Lending Club) qualify for debt elimination thru this program? It is an unsecured loan; however, the lender matches borrowers with investors rather than directly loaning out the money from themselves.

Answer: If the "investors" you speak of -- and the term would be more accurately stated as "lenders" -- but in any case, if they are individuals, then the money they are lending is coming out of their accounts, and reducing their accounts by the amount loaned. Those are real and legitimate loans that should ethically and legally be repaid.

The loans that can be cancelled are really magic tricks. They are the vast majority of instances where Visas, MasterCards, and other unsecured lines of credit received money that the financial institutions created under the Federal Reserve system, and never had any deduction out of their accounts. Rather, they simply did a computer entry, where they created it out of thin air. This is called the Mandrake Mechanism. They have nothing at risk. The fact that they pretend otherwise is fraud.

Thus the reason we have a 100% success rate in canceling those debts is that we challenge them to prove that they really loaned something, that money really came out of their accounts, and that they had something at risk. They can't do it.
The type of loans you are talking about would legitimately be repayable, UNLESS they were made by banks or financial institutions under the Fed system, using the Mandrake Mechanism.


Question: I was sued for not paying my credit card debt. I had to go into court and got a judgment against me. Will the Debt Elimination Program still work for me with this judgment against me?

Related Question: Whath appens if for some reason one does get a judgment against them, is there help for them then?

Answer to both questions above: Yes. Previously we used to say that this is an administrative process only, and that we don't assist with litigation, because it was so rarely ever needed, and we are not lawyers. However, we now have an unusually powerful and successful legal team to assist with such matters, and we have only wins and victories with no failures or losses. There may or may not be any additional fees for litigation, depending upon how simple the matter is, but suffice it to say, we do make available formidable additional resources as backup support for anyone who gets sued or who may like to commence a suit as plaintiff.


Question: What happens to the status of the credit card after this process is complete? Are the credit cards cancelled or are they still useful?

Answer: Good question. After the debt has been cancelled, the credit card institution will close out that account. So no, that card will not be useful anymore. As a matter of fact, that institution would probably not want you again as a customer. After all, they're making a pretty lucrative racket by pretending to loan money when nothing -- not a penny -- EVER came out of their accounts to ANY credit card customer! So when they realize you're not going to play that game anymore, you're no longer a viable source of free money for them.

They can't prove that they didn't commit fraud . . . and so that is why they will let the debt go away when you challenge them head on. But on the other hand, they're going to keep their free gravy train going as long as possible. Customers who wise up to it are no longer welcome.
Further, in good conscience, it would not be ethical for the customer to deliberately create credit card debts and then cancel them, knowing in advance that it is a fraud. The action outlined by the Liberty system allows you to act in good faith, showing that you have learned about the fraud only AFTER having already unwittingly allowed the so-called "debt" to exist for some time, and after having mistakenly honored it by making payments to it.


Question: Some customers have received responses to the Liberty letters with statements like the following: “When your account was opened with us and you used the credit card, you made a promise to pay for all goods and services provided through the related credit card transactions, as well as any associated fees. You renewed that promise each time you used your credit card.”

Answer: These customers have felt hurt, guilty, and accused by such statements, and have wondered how to respond. The key principle in law to be aware of in this context is this:

"Fraud vitiates the most solemn Contracts, documents and even judgments" [U.S. vs. Throckmorton, 98 US 61, at pg. 65]. That is a Supreme Court ruling, and it has never been overturned.

This means you can rely on the Supreme Court for your justification. When you originally signed the loan agreement, they had committed fraud by failing to disclose to you that they were not loaning any money at all, out of their accounts. They further failed to disclose to you that they were in violation of various lending acts and failed to perform under those definitions.
They play on your conscience, by avoiding answering to those allegations, and instead distracting your attention over to your so-called “promises” -- just like a magician trick. DON’T FALL FOR IT!! If they had truly, genuinely, actually, and authentically loaned real money out of their accounts, DON’T YOU THINK THEY WOULD PROVE IT AND THE COURTS WOULD UPHOLD THEIREVIDENCE?

Thus it is through no fault of yours that these facts were not fully disclosed to you at the time of signing. Since opening the account,YOU HAVE COME INTO NEW INFORMATION. Hence do not fall for their tear-jerking pull at your honest heart strings.

Why do you think the Liberty system enjoys a 100% success rate? Why do you think it has never failed to eliminate the debts to which it is addressed? Do you think this would happen if there were a genuinely moral, ethical, or legal obligation on your part to repay something?
Just continue with the Liberty system, wherever you happen to be in following the Instructions and the FlowChart.


Question: Other customers have received letters with statements like: “Please be advised that under Section 226.13 of the Truth in Lending Act, you must notify us in writing within 60 days after we sent you the first statement regarding any suspected error or requests for additional information regarding specific transactions made on your account. As long as the detailed transaction information is provided to you on your statement, we do not need to provide you with copies of your receipts during that billing cycle.” These customers ask how to respond to this.

Answer: This does not address the foundation, which is that no loan ever existed. All the Truth in Lending Act cite is referring to is if there are errors in the charges. If there are erroneous charges on the account, then one is required to notify them within 60 days. That has nothing to do with the fact that no loan ever existed in the first place, and the fact that they are in default on proving otherwise. And the Liberty documents do not request “receipts”. The above effort on the pretender lenders’ part to try to distract you into thinking you did something wrong, is just a sleight of hand – anything to get your attention off the central issue – that they never loaned anything. That’s why in an instance like this, your job is simple: to just “rinse and repeat”. Remember, it is the CONSTANT REPETITION of our central allegations that eventually makes them give up and go away. Stay firm and focused like a laser beam on following the Liberty instructions. No one who has ever done so, has lost.


Question: Those who understand American sovereign Citizenship, HJR-192 of June 5, 1933, the Uniform Commercial Code, and commercial remedies such as our rights as creditors to create money in accordance with the UCC, know that debts can be set off or discharged by the issuance of proper credit instruments. Why then do you speak of creating money out of thin air as if it is some kind of wrong or illegal or unethical act?

Answer: There is nothing unethical about creating money out of thin air -- IF it were to be offered equally across the board to everyone, openly with full disclosure, with equal opportunity, and with publicly sanctioned assistance in implementing it to all people without discrimination.
What is unethical is to do it like a magic trick, hidden behind the scenes, keep it a secret from everyone, pretend that the loans came out of their supposedly already existing, genuine, and limited funds, and that they would therefore be financially harmed if you don't pay it back. That is harmful dishonesty, plain and simple. It is deliberate and unjust enrichment designed to benefit the few at the expense of the many. Read books like The Creature from Jekyll Island, by G. Ed Griffin, or Secrets of the Federal Reserve, by Eustace Mullin (click on the titles to take you to their Amazon order pages). They explain in crystal clear, irrefutable terms exactly how the "Mandrake Mechanism" works . . . how they create money out of thin air and pretend that it is real.

Further, most people don't realize that in all 50 states, it is illegal to loan credit. It is legal to loan money, but not credit. And yet that is exactly what the pretender lenders have been doing.

Thus the commercial remedies rightfully provided to us under the UCC have not worked for most people, even when presented properly, for the simple reason that the egomaniacal controllers have monopolized the benefits of the system for the insiders, at the exclusion and the expense of everyone else. It is for that reason that our credit card debt cancellation system challenges the fraud, rather than attempting to discharge the debt . . . and it is for that reason that this approach has been 100% successful, to our knowledge.


Question: What happens to my credit rating after the debt is cancelled?

Answer: As discussed above, why would you continue to use credit, once you know that it is a fraud? Most of the people who have gone down this path of canceling their debts have learned to live without credit, and use debit cards instead. However, the good news is, actually, users of this system usually do NOT have any blemish on their credit rating . . . for the simple reason that we've been having them send a Cc copy of the letters to the heads of the credit reporting agencies. In other words, whatever you are sending to the pretender lender(s), you are also sending copies of to the three main credit reporting agencies. That shows them that you are not in default . . . but rather, the debt is in dispute. As long as it is in dispute, it cannot be considered to be in default. So blemishes on credit ratings are much more rare now, and even when they occur, they are erroneous and can be corrected.


Question: How long does it usually take to get process started and finalized? (Or asked another way:) Once I complete your paperwork how long does it take for the debt to be completely eliminated?

Answer: You can get started immediately upon receiving the documents from the website. Most people only need 20 or 30 minutes to create the customized versions of the documents for each debt that is to be cancelled. Then after sending them certified mail restricted delivery, within a few weeks a rebuttal will come from the pretender lender or their collection agent. The rebuttal will show that YOU HAVE WON, because it will FAIL COMPLETELY to even address any of the points in your dispute letter . . . much less answer them or prove that the debt is valid by fulfilling your demands for compliance with the law. Their letter will beat around the bush, claim this and that, but will strategically avoid answering the allegations made in your dispute letter. They are now caught, and they cannot escape. But, they hope that you will be intimidated and will acquiesce, or will get distracted and get offpoint.

So, you very calmly just print out, sign, and send certified mail restricted delivery the very same letter, as you will see in the instructions. Just follow the simple instructions that come with the program. Very simple. Like washing your hair, "rinse and repeat". A few weeks later, they will probably send another silly rebuttal. Once again it will completely fail to even address any of the points. So, repeat the same process. Send the letter again, according to the instructions. Very simple, very easy, and it doesn't take much time to do.

This process may go on for a few months. Gradually you will hear from them less and less. Most customers stop hearing from the pretender lender and their agents within 3 to 6 months. It is when you have not heard from them for a while, that you know they have given up. They know they are beaten, but they will never admit it in writing. You did see the Transunion report on our website showing the debt of one customer deleted, but the lenders themselves won't admit in writing that they were wrong . . . because then they would be liable for billions . . . trillions . . . of dollars worth of fraudulent debts to hundreds of millions of people over decades. It's a big thing. So, they would much rather just let you go,quietly.


Question: What if someone already has a credit card process in with another company that's in the World Court now but the debt elimination is not final as of now? Can I still use your remedy?

Answer: It sounds like you are referring to procedures like those provided by Divine Province or Gold Shield Alliance / Freedom Club. They have the right approach and I applaud them for their efforts to make the cabal do the right thing. The problem is, as you know, that their success rate is very low. The cabal has just not been allowing those procedures to work most of the time.

Yes, you could engage the Liberty process simultaneously, and it would create a win-win-win situation for you. On the one hand, in practically all of the many hundreds of previous cases, it has resulted in the pretender lender ceasing their collection efforts. They go away and the card holder no longer is harassed or bothered by the phony bogus debt collection attempts.

On the other hand, in your case, it would also box the pretender lender into a corner. They have the choice of either honoring the process of creation of funds under public policy to liquidate the debt, as you are trying to enforce via the World Court; OR, they face being confronted with the alternative -- which is being caught in their fraud -- which the Liberty system does. So the Liberty system would both add to your enforcement,as well as liberate you from their collection attempts.


Question: What are tax implications of this kind of freedom?

Answer: Why would the two be related? Are your supposed debts, or your payments on them, presently tax deductible? I am not a taxpayer, nor a tax advisor, so you would need to consult a tax professional for such answers. All Liberty does is cancel your unsecured debt. Unless you are a taxpayer and the debt is tax deductible, I don't know what implications the cancellation would have.

Question: Can the Liberty system work in countries other than the USA?

Answer: The good news is, the answer to your question is most likely YES . .. potentially . . . because all countries in the world operate under the same general monetary system as the US, more or less. The problem is, the legal cites in the Liberty system have never been adapted for other countries.

The Liberty system has laws cited, like "USC § 1692 et seq", and people in other countries would have to have a lawyer or paralegal find the equivalent for their nation and replace it in the Liberty documents. "USC" is the United States Code, and that only applies in the US -- that's why the introduction said at the top "Mainly for card holders in the USA".

However, this system SHOULD work for people in other countries 100% successfully, just as it does in the US, if one replaces the US laws in the set with the laws from that country. Do you have a lawyer or paralegal who can do that?

So to clarify, it's not the citizenship of the card holder that matters. It is from what country the card itself was issued. For example, if someone is Canadian but has a Visa from a U.S. bank, then that qualifies. The cardholder agreement must be under the U.S. jurisdiction, thus meaning the card has to have been issued in the U.S. for the Liberty system to apply as is, without legal modification.

Also, another method that can possibly work for non-US citizens and residents, is if the card holder in the foreign country can transfer the card balance to a US card. For example, if someone from Australia has $7000 AUD in Visa or MasterCard debt on an Australian card, and if that same person were to acquire an American Visa or MasterCard from a US bank, that person could ask the US institution if it would transfer the $7000 AUD balance from the Australian card to the US card. Most institutions are more than happy to do so . . . because it gives them more business, and therefore more revenues. To them, it really doesn't much matter what country the debt comes from.

Then once the debt is on the US card, it can be cancelled using the Liberty program.


Question: Do we have to buy your docs twice, or can we buy one set and adapt for both my husband’s credit cards and mine?
Answer: You only need to buy the docs once. The rule is, one purchase per household. For friends and other households, another purchase is required.

(Similar) Question: If I purchased your system would I be able to use it to help settle the debts of other people such as relatives friends or neighbors?

Answer: No, you can only use the Liberty system for yourself and a spouse or someone in your household who shares your accounts and household expenses with you. The reason is that there is ongoing customer service, and we can't afford to provide customer service to people outside your household who didn't buy the program. If we allowed everyone to do that, it would mean we would have five or ten times as many customers to support, with no extra income to pay for it. So the others outside your immediate family and household each have to buy their own Liberty system. If you were to share it with them without our permission, then when they run into questions or perceived problems and need help, they would have no access to us to help them. You wouldn’t want that to happen.


Question: I have a friend that is considering going though the program. He has a signature loan with a small credit union that he also keeps his personal funds in. He is wondering if there would be any blowback from sending the letter to eliminate the loan. Have you heard of any repercussions as far as personal funds being confiscated or frozen by an institution as receiving the letters?

Answer: We have never heard of any institution confiscating the checking account of a customer who is canceling their credit card debt with the same institution. And at the same time, to prevent any possibility of it happening, we have recommended that they consider removing their checking account . . . or at least most of the money in it . . . from that institution and moving it to another institution. That is just simple wisdom to be prudent and cautious. "Better safe than sorry."


Question: If I have a judgment on a credit card, can I still pursue with applying through Liberty to be debt free from that card?

Answer: Yes and no. It depends on whether you have the mental strength to sue them. The Liberty system by itself is just a letter writing campaign. That is sufficient to get pre-judgment debts cancelled, but it is not sufficient to reverse a judgment. To reverse a judgment, you will have to sue them. Further, most attorneys are wimps when it comes to going against the banks. They’re afraid of losing their licenses. And they’re mostly ignorant about the secrets of money and the Federal Reserve. So it would be hard for you to find an attorney to represent you, who would understand the content of the Liberty system and make it the centerpiece of the lawsuit. If you are prepared to go Pro Se (representing yourself), or In Propria Persona (as yourself), and feel that you have both the determination and the legal skills to handle court procedure, then you could purchase the Liberty system and make the arguments in it the centerpiece of your lawsuit. The allegations in the Liberty system are undefeated and undefeatable by the pretender lender institutions, but in order to win, you would also have to be skilled at court procedure, to absolutely force your opponents to answer what is in the Liberty documents. Otherwise they will weasel out of it and avoid having to answer, claiming they’re not required to answer. You have to force them to answer to The Truth, after which our company is named, in French, “LaVérité”.
Question: Does Liberty cancel debts on AMEX (American Express) cards as well?

Answer: It works the same on AMEX as it does on the other cards. We just don’t talk about it as much because a much smaller minority of our customers have AMEX and need to cancel the debts on it. Usually most people pay off their AMEX balances each month, as you know, but the “credit” AMEX issues is the same money-out-of-thin- air fraud that the Visas and MasterCards do. So yes, it can be cancelled just the same.


Question: Can your system be used to settle a SALLIE MAE loan? I believe they are a private corporation and not affiliated with the US government.

Answer: Yes, if it is an unsecured loan . . . meaning signature only -- not a mortgage secured by real estate or other hard assets. In other words, was a boat, a car, real estate, or other asset pledged as collateral, such that they could "legally" take that item from you if you don't repay the so-called "loan"? If not, then yes -- the Liberty system can cancel it.


Question: Is there is specific time frame that I need to send the letter once I have received correspondence from the bank / cc company?
Answer: Not really. Even if they give a deadline, you're not legally bound by it if you don't owe them anything. But just for maintaining the effectiveness of the campaign, it makes sense to respond within a reasonable time, like a week or two. In my own case, I usually responded within 2 or 3 days. In controversies like this, the one who is on the offensive usually has the advantage, so I hit right back quickly . . . to give them the strong impression that I am absolutely on top of them and We are neither wavering, unsure, wishy-washy, or lenient towards them. If you take too long, they might get the impression that you're weak, or apathetic, and you might be easier to pushover.

Your strategy is simple. One a 1:1 basis, for each thing they send you, you send one response right away. The response will always be the first dispute letter and affidavit, until and unless they get more belligerent and threatening. Then use the second letter. That's it. It's as simple as that. If they don't respond point-for-point to the dispute letter and satisfy what it demands, and if they fade away from contacting you, then you have no need to pursue them any further.


Question: If I am current on the particular credit card I wish to cancel and am not in default, then how would I modify the process?

Answer: There is no change to make. The first sentence is “Thank you for the statement of [date], that your institution recently sent me, expecting payment for an alleged debt.” That remains true whether you are current on your payments or not. In any case, do NOT include a payment with it, because that would contradict the point of the dispute letter and remove the credibility of your challenge.
Question: Does one purchase include unlimited credit card cancellations?

Answer: Yes. Once you have the system, you have it for life, to use on as many unsecured debt cancellations as you wish.


Question: Is there a limit to the amount of debt that I can cancel from one purchase of the system? What is limit?

Answer: There is no limit. In fact, it wouldn't make sense to cancel just a portion of a debt. It's all or nothing.
Question: My credit card account is with a major corporation with which I worked, however, the statement and payments go to the card services division of a credit card institution. Do I make the parent corporation the addressee on the first dispute letter, or the credit card institution?

Answer: Send your Liberty documents always to the top management of the parent company. This takes care of all parties connected with it. Notice what is at the end of the dispute letter -- this sentence: "Notice to the Principal is Notice to the Agent, and Notice to the Agent is Notice to the Principal." "Principal" in this case not only refers to the parent company, but also to the entire hierarchy of the Federal Reserve system. Thus your letter to the superiors is simultaneously, legally, also notice to whoever is collecting.


Question: If I cancel the debt on a card at an institution at which I also have another card, will that institution also cancel or call due the card that I have not cancelled? Or would other institutions at which I have cards hear about my cancellation at the first one, and cancel those cards?

Answer: We have never heard of Visa or any other credit institution canceling, freezing, or restricting any remaining cards that you have not cancelled, for any other Liberty customers. The logic is this: even if they learn that you have challenged the illegitimate debt on the other cards, as long as you're still paying on the one card, why would they shoot themselves in the foot? It's pure gravy to them . . . so they're not going to stop you from keeping that account open and continuing to send in those payments.


Question: Is there a money-back guarantee on the Liberty system?

Answer: We will certainly refund your money if the documents don’t get delivered to you for some reason. This has never happened. But once they are delivered to you, either by download or email, whatever the method, you cannot return them. Now the information is yours. We cannot control what you do with the information. Nor can we control how the pretender lender institutions will respond to your filing of the documents with them. Thus once you have received the Liberty documents, there cannot be any refund thereafter. The good news is, not a single customer since 2002 has ever asked for a refund. That is testimony to the 100% success rate of the Liberty program. It is extremely unlikely that the Liberty system will fail.
Question: I do not have any credit cards. My purpose for using the Liberty system is to cancel my student loan debt. In the affidavit, do I switch the "name of bank" with Sallie Mae or Nelnet, the loan servicer?

Answer: Yes, thank you for asking . . . we haven't had many people with student loans, so we haven't modified the letter or the affidavit for that purpose. But as you have suggested, just use common sense . . . modify it wherever necessary. Wherever either document refers to a "bank" or "credit card", etc., just change it accordingly. It is important that this be your own document, your own wording, because we’re not providing legal advice, or legal services, paralegal services, etc. We’re just providing a product, and the intelligence in it WORKS. So yes, adapt it as needed, without altering the basic concepts in it, and you should be fine.

As to whether to put the name of the originator of the loan or the loan servicer, normally it is best to put the name of the servicer – the one who is corresponding with you, sending you statements, and trying to collect. This is because, as stated at the end of the dispute letter, “Notice to the Principal is Notice to the Agent, and Notice to the Agent is Notice to the Principal.”


Question: We are currently working with a debt consolidation company. Can I transition from them to work with your company? If so,how would I go about this?

Answer: The concept of debt consolidation is contradictory to the debt CANCELLATION that Liberty offers, because it assumes that the debt is valid, and therefore merely negotiates how to pay it. Hence if you wish to switch from consolidation and negotiation to complete cancellation and elimination, you will simply havetocompletelycancelallinvolvementwiththeconsolidationcompany.

It is probably best not to even mention to them the existence of Liberty or its cancellation product, because the people who do consolidation make their living and their livelihood from the philosophy that the debt is valid. That is the foundation assumption on which their whole industry is based. It is an assumption which the

Liberty system disproves, which could be frightening to the consolidation people. When they are frightened, they will react with any kind of frivolous arguments to try to refute what Liberty is doing and discourage you from doing it. In other words, like any animal, they will defend their territory. It is sad.
Liberty rises to an entirely higher level of truth and success. It is at once more freeing, because it eliminates 100% of the debt, AND quicker, AND easier, AND more successful . . . 100% successful . . . PLUS is usually much less expensive than consolidation.

So being, if you wish to switch, you would have to simply abandon, cancel, and withdraw from the entire consolidation relationship. Give them any reason you feel is truthful but not too revealing -- just something vague like "I've found another approach I prefer to pursue -- thank you very much." Then come back to https://brillianceincommerce.com and enroll.


Question: Can the Liberty system aid me in clearing offenses off my credit report?

Answer: Yes. First, the Liberty system provides the essential prerequisite to cleaning up your credit report. The essential prerequisite is to get the debts cancelled. Once they are cancelled, the Liberty system has done its job. Then you will need to do other things to clean up the credit report. We are not in the credit repair business. But if you send us a Help Desk Ticket asking us for credit repair, we can refer you to a consulting firm that will help you with that. However, if you were to skip directly to credit repair, without first canceling the existing debts, their job would be more difficult. They can't do much to improve your credit score with those debts still standing there. They need to be eliminated. Then the credit repair is much easier. Liberty handles the debt elimination. We call it debt "validation", because it sounds nicer . . . we're giving the pretender lenders a polite opportunity to validate the legitimacy of their so-called debts. When they can't, then the debts are cancelled.


Question: Can the system handle issues of debit card debt?

Answer: No, because those are not loans. Even though the words “debt" and "debit" are similar, they are opposites. A debit card simply accesses what is in your checking account. There is no debt to cancel.


Question: Can the system handle debt issues that have been sent to a third party collector?

Answer: Yes of course, providing they are the kind of unsecured debts for which the Liberty system is designed -- as specified elsewhere -- i.e. issued by U.S. institutions, not secured by collateral, etc. Just because it went to a 2nd or 3rd or 4th party collector means nothing. It doesn't matter who bought it and who is trying to collect on it. If it was a fraud in the beginning, it continues to be a fraud. Fraud nullifies debt ab initio (from the beginning).


Question: I do understand this program but I am not sure that I am ready to live without my credit cards. Some of the companies that I have credit cards with I also have debit cards with. What assurance do I have that they will not get revenge and close out my checking accounts? It could take up to 3 months for the negative item to be removed from my credit report. How can I get my money back if this does not happen. The money back guarantee is for 60 days right?

Answer: You have asked some good and intelligent questions. The good news is, we have never heard of any institution raiding another account of the customer to compensate the credit card debt that they claim the customer owes.

This is due to the strength of the Liberty program. The questions, accusations, and challenges in the Liberty dispute letter and accompanying affidavit show the pretender lender that they are caught. If they were to take money from another account belonging to the same customer, they would be compounding their crime, and they know the likelihood is very high that the customer would then sue, using the arguments in the Liberty documents.

Against such a suit, the lender could not possibly win. We suspect that is the reason we have never heard of a single instance where such an institution went after another account of the customer to satisfy the so-called"debt".

Further, if you have read the Liberty Q&A carefully, you will have seen that negative entries do not get entered on Liberty customers' credit reports. This is because copies of all correspondence are sent to the credit reporting agencies, thereby showing that the account is not in default -- it is in dispute. Until the dispute is resolved, they cannot designate it as a default.

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