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1- Instructions - Enforcement Process[1]Oid

1- Instructions - Enforcement Process[1]Oid


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Items that you will need to accomplish this process!  Certified Mail receipts and green cards from your local Post Office… I would get a hand full as they are free for your use. They are usually in the lobby section, if not, ask your post worker for some. Also, I usually send the primary respondent’s mail via Registered Mail; if you can get these receipts from your post office without hassle then use these for the Inspector General and IRS Commissioner. If you can’t get them, don’t panic, use the certified mail process.  Large envelopes: I would get size 10” x 12” for packaging your documents to respondents.  Bond Watermark Paper: you will need this paper for two documents; the Standard Form 28 and the Optional Form 91. Instructions below.  Blue Pen: all documents are to be signed in blue ink with your full Christian Name.  Red Ink pad: you need to purchase a red ink pad for sealing your documents with thumb print. This is your seal! This will be done on several of the documents as listed below.  Red Copy Stamp: you need to purchase a red copy stamp for all copied documents going through the process.  Birth Certificate: you will need to dig out your birth certificate as you will need your file number for the Optional Form 91.  Social Security Card: you will need your social security card available; you will use the front number as well as the bond number on the back of it. If your card does not have the bond number on the back, don’t panic; just use the social security number! However, I would order another card for future use as this number is important and will be used on all stamps. It shows the respondent the Federal Reserve bank where your trust is processed through. Now, here are the instructions! Read them completely before starting your document process. 1. Based on the letters and/or Notices that you receive from your IRS agent, you can modify one of three enforcement letters according to your situation. a. If you receive a letter 3175 or 3176, you can use the 3176 document and change out the letter number to 3175 if that’s what you received and modify the letter according to you situation. It is plural format so if you are single you will have to adjust accordingly. After you have completed your modification, it is always good to have someone else to read over it for errors before sealing final draft. b. If you have received multiple IRS letters and notices, then use the multiple document format; adjust to your situation. c. If the IRS has unlawfully changed your tax return, you can use the CP22 response document and adjust to your situation. Each one of the above referenced documents will be accompanied by multiple attachment documents as listed below. All of these documents tied together will start an enforcement process with the IRS to either pay up or be faced with class action lawsuits all over this nation. It’s high time that the people stand up for what rightfully belongs to them. If you individually and all jointly follow through this Administrative 1

process, it will put each of us in position to file a class action lawsuit in your specific State Court. It will take leaders who are willing to step up for your State and contact those who you know that are being unlawfully abused by the IRS concerning the OID refund process. This process will be the first steps in building your record for a Verified Complaint in the event they do not process your legitimate refunds or if you are being harassed for receiving a refund. After the Verified Complaint will come the lawsuit which could easily add up in the millions for you. 2. You will need to place a copy of the tax return in question with you letter that the IRS says is “frivolous” or may have changed. You will need to get a copy stamp, preferable red and stamp each page at the bottom right. 3. If you checked your refund status on the IRS website when it was posted, use these as Exhibits for proof that they received and recognized a refund. If you did not print down these, don’t worry about it. Proceed forward! 4. You will make copies of the IRS letters that have been mailed to you. Each letter will be stamped with one of the stamps that have been supplied in this packet. Look inside the stamp folder. NOTE: These stamps have been created in Microsoft Publisher so if you don’t have this you will not be able to modify these stamps. However, I have supplied you PDF files for printing down on your documents. You will need 2009 adobe reader to open them. Here is a download if you do not have the latest. http://get.adobe.com/reader/ a. If you have received a 3175 or 3176 letter use the stamp that says “REFUSE FOR CAUSE” IRS “Frivolous” Claim is Disputed! Demand for Verified Evidence of Lawful Federal Assessment Etc… b. If you have received a CP24 which indicates that you are to receive a refund, use the stamp that says, ACCEPTED FOR VALUE AND RETURNED FOR VALUE FOR SETTLEMENT OF REFUND AND CLOSURE. c. If you received a CP24 and then later receive a CP22A showing they have changed your return, use the REFUSE FOR CAUSE – CHANGE IS INCORRECT & UNAUTHORIZED. d. If you have received a Notice of Levy or Lien use the CEASE & DESIST stamp. It will stop them with Title 15. However, if you have a levy or lien that was already in place before doing the OID, they you will need to use the “ACCEPTED FOR VALUE” e. You can modify the stamps if you have 2003 Publisher or later. 5. You will submit a Standard Form 28 and an Optional Form 91 with your documents. These documents by themselves have the power to rid this problem; however, we want to make sure that all bases are covered so send everything that is listed herein these instructions. As stated above, you will need to purchase 32 lb bond watermark paper for these two documents.- This is a must … see attached PDF file for type of paper. a. The Standard Form 28 and Optional Form 91 for the most part are set up with proper information. Form 28: You will change out the State, County, box 1, put your name in all caps just like the form is set up. Note: if you are filling out any of these documents and your name is capitalized, replace information exactly the same. It is done that way for a purpose. Box 2… change out your birth certificate number. Box 3, stays the same. Box 4 is whatever IRS Service Center you are receiving your letters from. If you have received from different locations, pick the one that is holding your refund. Box 5: do not change… Box 6: do not change… Box 7a: list your returns that you have refund or that is in dispute. The ones that 2


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will be placed in the packet. List your letter that you have Accept For Value, this will direct them to release this property. Definitely list Optional Form 91. Box 7b: nothing Box 8: same as in box 7a. Box 9: do not change. Box 10: is your full Christian name signature, as stated above, always sign all documents with blue pen. I always place my thumb print after signing; Thumb print in red. Notary to fill out Box 12 a thru e. Optional Form 91: Box 1: your full name in all caps, BC number, 3rd box, social security number and account number is social security number. On deposit at IRS office location holding your refund and at their address… I have provided in this packet IRS Service Center addresses… After Whereas I, this is your real upper lower case name… After Therefore, this information is the same as placed on Form 28 box 7a. Name of financial institution, IRS name and location. You sign your full Christian name in blue next to the signature and put your thumb print as your seal… in red! The Notary will date it and place their information and stamp it.

PRINT DOWN ORIGINAL FOR EACH PACKET – EACH TO BE SIGNED AND NOTARIZED – you need to make copies of these. 6. The AFFIDAVIT OF TRUTH & FACT – this document will need to be modified according to your information. You will sign in your full Christian name and seal with your thumb print in red. Let the Notary stamp it by your name as well, if it is not on the same page where the notary signs. 7. The DEMAND FOR VERIFIED EVIDENCE OF LAWFUL FEDERAL ASSESSMENT. Throw away the instruction page… We are using it a little differently. Start with page that says Page 1 of 9. Fill out section 1 & 2. Page 2 of 9, Citizenship, check box 2 & 3. On Domicile; check box 2 and spell your State, upper and lower case… DO NOT ABBREVIATE! --- Sign in box 22… full Christian name and if you wife is incorporated in documents, she signs as well. The remaining of the document the IRS must fill out. 8. CERTIFICATE OF SERVICE AFFIDAVIT – VERY IMPORTANT DOCUMENT… put your full Christian name sign in front of a Notary. Make sure that you list all documents that are in the packet. This document can be Notarized one time and make color copies for everyone except the Inspector, he gets the original. 9. The Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) document. IRS DISCLOSURE OFFICES http://www.irs.gov/foia/article/0,,id=120681,00.html ---This document process will be important step in building your case that no federal assessment document was signed in determining your tax return to be “frivolous”. This FOIA document will actually hang the IRS if they do not make payment and you decide to proceed forward to join a class action lawsuit. Each individual needs to send this document as it will become a part of your evidence file. See below IRS Disclosure Offices and addresses for your convenience.


IRS Disclosure Offices
FOIA requestors may have questions or want to know the status of their request. Initial inquiries should be directed to the FOIA Requestor Service Center where the request was submitted. Following response from the Center staff, FOIA requestors who require more information or assistance may contact the IRS Disclosure Manager, who serves as the FOIA Public Liaison for that Center. The Public Liaison can assist with reducing delays, explaining the status of the request, and resolving disputes. The Service Center and Public Liaison may be reached at the contact number provided for each Disclosure Office.

If you live in: Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, Vermont

Mail your request to: Disclosure Office 1 MS 41150 25 New Sudbury Street Boston, MA 02203 Ph: 617-316-2401 Public Liaison: Fred Messuri

Delaware, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania

Disclosure Office 2 Room 3214 600 Arch Street Philadelphia, PA 19106 Ph: 215-861-1991 Public Liaison: C.J. Mills

Illinois, Indiana, Maryland, Wisconsin, Outside the U.S. (International and U.S. Territories

Disclosure Office 4 MS 7000 CHI Room 2820 230 S. Dearborn Street Chicago, IL 60604 Ph: 312-566-3525

Public Liaison: Stephanie Browne District of Columbia, Kentucky, Michigan, Ohio, West Virginia Disclosure Office 5 Room 7019 550 Main Street Cincinnati, OH 45202 Ph: 513-263-3900 Public Liaison: Darlene Stewart Florida, North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia Disclosure Office 7 MS 4030 400 W Bay St Jacksonville FL 32202-4410 Ph: 904-665-1175 Public Liaison: Paula Curren Alabama, Arkansas, Georgia, Mississippi, Tennessee Disclosure Office 8 MDP 44 Room 464 801 Broadway Nashville, TN 37203 Ph: 615-250-5004 Public Liaison: Tim Christian Texas Disclosure Office 9 MS 7000 AUSC P.O. Box 2986 Austin, TX 78768 Ph: 512-460-4433 Public Liaison: Stephanie Young Iowa, Kansas, Louisiana, Missouri, Oklahoma Disclosure Office 10 MS 7000 STL P.O. Box 66781 St. Louis, MO, 63166-6781 Ph: 314-612-4390 Public Liaison: Karen Hines Arizona, Colorado, Minnesota, Montana, Nebraska, New Mexico, North Dakota, South Dakota, Wyoming Disclosure Office 11 30 East 7th Street MS 7000 STP, Ste 810 St. Paul, MN 55101 Ph: 651-312-7812

Public Liaison: Barbara Rodriquez Alaska, Idaho, Oregon, Utah, Washington Disclosure Office 12 MS W625 915 2nd Ave Seattle, WA 98174 Ph: 206-220-5678 Public Liaison: Theresa Gates


Southern California, Hawaii, Nevada

Disclosure Office 13 MS 2201 24000 Avila Road Laguna Niguel, CA 92677 Ph: 949-389-4379 Public Liaison: Dorsey Kozarovich

Northern and Central California

Disclosure Office 14 Ste 840S 1301 Clay Street Oakland, CA 94612 Ph: 510-637-2312 Public Liaison: Celeste Neal

If you are requesting IRS Headquarters Office records not available on the electronic Reading Room site, mail your request to:

IRS FOIA Request HQ FOIA Stop 93 2385 Chamblee Tucker Road Chamblee, GA 30341 Ph:770-234-4374

Public Liaison: Marie Twarog

This first round of enforcement documents are sent for the cause. If you decide that you want to proceed forward, a donation will be requested to assist in the time and effort in the creation of this enforcement package and the creation of the Verified Complaint and eventually the class action lawsuit that will be pasted from State to State. In closing, it is my earnest and sincere prayer that God’s favor be place upon you, your family and this enforcement process. Rest assure that the OID process is lawful and your extended credit belongs to you and needs to be refunded back to you. Otherwise, it is a gift from you and you are paying the “gift tax”. > > > If you / we are pushed into the next step, the Verified Complaint lays wide open the laws that give us the right and compels us to enforce this OID process.

Your friend in Truth, Tim@LibertyTree

P.S. You are free to spread these documents far and wide to help with this cause.


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