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Originally posted by Ionized
Send your bank these questions:
1) When I signed a promissory note, which account did the money come from?
2) Was the money taken from an I.R.A., savings account, investment account, checking account, or any other type of account?
3) Was the promissory note deposited into an account in the name of the bank?
4) Was a check written backed by the funds in the amount of the promissory note?
5) Did the promissory note back the demand for payment issued by the bank?
6) Does the bank understand what the term check kiting means?
7) Did the bank present a mortgage agreement after the promissory note was signed?
8) Does a banking institution have the ability to deposit an “I owe you”, and write a demand for payment from the account that the “I owe you” was deposited ?
9) When a mortgage agreement is signed by anyone, is the bank presenting itself as a creditor, and is the signer considered a debtor before or after the promissory note is signed?
10) If the bank is a creditor, and the signer is a debtor, did the bank have the money borrowed before or after the promissory note was signed?
Watch them squirm after you send this...