How JP Morgan Chase Bank Regularly Commits Fraud Upon the American People and the United States

Ever since 1933 when the United States entered bnkrutpcy and was moved onto a pledge system, instead of gold backed money, banking Institutions like JP Morgan Chase, which is headed by Jamie Diamond, have been preying on Americans and stealing from them. It’s a well known fact amongst Car dealers, financial institutions, and other estalishments acing in collusion, that banks never actually loan people money and prey on their ignorance to constaantl deceive them.

While banks pretend they loan people money, what they are actually doing is stealing from everyone. They violate the Trust created (implied trust, constructive trust, etc..) and instead of actually communicating to customers that they are taking the customer’s promissory note, securitizing it, and receiving ‘money of exchange” from the Treasury (thus its the customers very own money: a return of equity). Chase Bank never loans money and the government acts in collusion with the banks to continuously cover these facts up and keep the American people hypnotized with delusion.

Every single car loan, home loan, credit card, personal loan, line of credit, or other form loan of “money” is merely book keeping and account. They take your debt instrument (note, credit agrement, etc.) and indorse it, just like a check and deposit the funds into a special depspoit account (you cant see) and pretend as if you have a balance to pay them.

In actually, that very balance is your credit being used. You own no money. They actually are stealing from you. See UCC §

To summarize: Every single car loan, home loan, credit card, personal loan, line of credit, or other form loan of “money” is merely book keeping and account. The banks do not. I repeat, they do not loan customers money. If you think they do, you are incompetent and a ward of the state. You are literally a moron that does not understand money mechanics.

 

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