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Accepting a Future Offer of Contract

Now that your Private Exemption Account has been duly established (after 30 days has elapsed), let's suppose you receive an offer of contract you don't wish to be a party to. You've tried sending bonds in the past, but they didn't work. Why? Because you didn't give proper routing instruction in your Acceptance for Value statement and/or your exemption account wasn't duly established. If you write a check, the drawee has to know where he is going to get his "money". He sees that if he takes the check to XYZ Bank, they will cash the check. The Bank looks at the check and sees an account number they can debit, so the pay the check. The same thing goes for your exemption. The Department of the Treasury has to know what account to debit in order to pay the drawee. Thus, here is the proper wording to be written across an offer of contract you are returning for "offset" (not "discharge"): The proper wording to be written across the offer of contract: Accepted For Value and Returned For Value Without Dishonor Please offset this billing by routing through and ledgering against the Private Exemption Account of: John-William: Doe, Private Offset Account Number: 123456789 at the Department of the Treasury For Credit to: ___(whoever offered the contract)____ For Further Credit to the Account of: DOE, JOHN W, I.D. No. 123-45-6789 By: John-William: Doe, Principal, Secured Party and Creditor in Commerce U.S.P.S. Registered Mail Tracking number: RR 111 222 333 US Certificate of Birth Number: _______ August ___, A. D. 2007 All Property Exempt From Levy All Rights reserved The above wording tells the drawee's bank to send this item to the Department of the Treasury, and which account the Treasury is to debit, and what entity to credit, and for further credit to the strawman's account. This completes the routing instructions that are needed.