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Does this pirate jurisdiction have a country? No. Does it have a stamp? No. Take a look at what the USPS
(United States Postal Service)
is selling as a stamp. It is okay to use it as long as the U.S. Corp. (pirate jurisdiction) does not send letters outside of its jurisdiction (similar to inter-office mail see below). The UPU only regulates mail sent over borders. The U.S. Corp., departments, offices, officers, agencies, agents, assigns, etc. (pirate jurisdiction) does not dare send letters to the united States of America with U.S.A. postage stamps or the letters would fall under the Universal Postal Union Regulations and international rules and not their own (domestic mail) rules.This two-letter code mark pirate jurisdiction is not a country and its senders are fleecing the people of the united States of America by deceiving them into accepting these pirate letters.The UPU states that Postal items shall remain the property of the sender until delivered to the rightful owner. (UPU Letter Post Conv Art 5; Prot 1 Ownership of Postal Items. at 1 "A postal item shall remain the property of the sender until it is delivered to the rightful owner,…") This is important. Whether or not they get someone to keep their bills may be the key to whether or not they can exact a tax. Keeping them is a contract. No acceptance. No contract!The bill has to be delivered to the rightful owner or the sender retains ownership of the bill. Simple. Yes.Any mail to general delivery would have to be to real people’s names in a real country with a name written in full with roman letters, no initials. A letter addressed to a fictitious person at some fictitious jurisdiction like NJ or TX couldn't possibly be delivered to the rightful owner as only real people and real countries exist in general delivery.Regarding postal impressions: Member countries shall prevent, prosecute, punish the following: illegitimate gain for oneself or a third party. If their gain was legitimate why wouldn’t they address letters to real people in general delivery without attempting to use the two letter jurisdiction and 5 number code mark? Further, the UPU says postal items sent in furtherance of a fraudulent act shall not be admitted. (See Foreign Letters Regulated by UPU")It states persons using falsified, imitation, and counterfeit impressions shall be punished.Virtually no metered stamps are cancelled, and both Universal Postal Union and National legislation say all stamps must be cancelled. The UPU says all stamps valid for prepayment shall be cancelled. Therefore all stamps must be cancelled. In the united States of America there is the post office which has postage stamps and then there is the USPS (corporation) which has things they substitute and meters or permits.Only the post office* can carry and deliver mail.