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To make A4V work in Canada without any hassle, money back in 7 days into your SIN account .

Its a trust account for credit. 1. You must understand that you are the grantor and must act and conduct yourself as such. Nobody but yourself is able to do your private transactions. Send in a letter to the CRA notifiying, that your the grantor of the trust and the Corporation of Canada is liable for all transactions occuring in your name. 2. Get your SIN account E-line password. 3. Get a CRA BN account number enabling you to fillin T5008 (tile transfer) and T5 slips (OID ). 4. I have a excellent money order that works but you can make your own . It is drawn on your SIN account. 5. Fill in T5008s for title transfer VIA Section 85.1 of the ITA for all registered debt obligations. See guide T4091 Grantors can transfer title at any time .The banksters will become only trustee of the trust account. 6. Fill in T5 for amount of debt. 7. Send in T5008, T5 , MO and T7DR to proper address. The T5008 and T5 provide proof of loss. 8. Your SIN account will be credited amount on money order. 9. Call CRA to have funds forwarded to you if you need them or leave them in the SIN. Claim payments for each year VIA T5s for your mortgage payments if you decide to continue making payments ect and use them for later. Use the SIN as a savings account. Do not put your credit into a public bank!!!! Unless you are going to spend the funds and reclaim them. Once the funds have left the SIN the funds are vulnerable to the banksters. Do not A4V vendors you are wasting your time.

10. Use your SIN as a trust account to hide funds.

Thanks, so let's see if I've got any of this right. I'll use a credit card bill as an example. I spend $1000 on the CC. I file a t5008 for $1000 to transfer title of the debt obligation to me to show that I'm the bearer of the debt. I write a money order for $1000 to set off the debt. The t5 shows a loss of $1000 and (not sure about this) the t7dr is used to get a return of the $1000? I'm a bit confused. What was the loss here to claim back? With the redemption method in the redemption section, we claim back any payments made with Bank of Canada debt money. Is this method saying that we use private credit via the money order, so we're claiming the credit back? Since this is setting off the debt, does that mean that the bank is not getting "payed" (ie. getting debt

money). If this is the case, won't the bank just close your account when they see they're not really getting what want from us?