Titles and Ownership

Your house was paid for when you signed the note.


December 26, 2013


We said this a year ago but its good to see the information is getting more mainstream... I learned something new here in Morocco that I didn’t know before. In Morocco the car title stays with the car even when you rent one.  Its the renter’s obligation to carry the title with them at all times in case the rental car is stolen.  I asked Heather why that was a requirement here but not in the USA. She told me that all USA car titles are owned by the World Bank, which they monetize, and even when you request your title after you pay off a loan it says on the back “this is not a car title”. Another one of those little monetizations done without transparency with your value...  Moroccan car titles are not monetized by the World Bank.  -Bill

Your house was paid for when you signed the note.
Submitted by The South on Fri, 10/15/2010 – 18:38

Does anyone remember HJR-192? It is against public policy to pay off any debt. All debt must be discharged.

When you signed the promissory note and gave it to the bank, you “discharged the debt”. The house is paid for, in full.

End of story.

Go to this site and at the upper top left side of the page next to the banker cartoon, click on the links directly to the right of it.

Start with “Read Here First” and go down the line.


Not only did you pay off the note (discharge it), you gave them access to your Treasury Direct Account and they filed paperwork stating the account was abandoned and took control of it. They paid of the seller with “your money”, took the rest of the cash from your account; sold the note again, and conned you into believing you needed to spend the next 30 years paying back a loan that “YOU ACTUALLY GAVE THEM”! and you signed over the deed. The bank had absolutely no skin in the game and you gave them everything.

Your house is paid for, read Dave’s docs above.




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