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Accepted for Value Series - Part 4


Product Description

In this much anticipated final installment of Winston's 4-part Accepted for Value (AFV) Series, Winston has created a powerful addition to the series. Along with the additional benefit of added dialog resulting from questions and answers, Winston will reveal some of the latest successes as well as new techniques that have been developed allowing individuals to utilize the IRS to resolve AFV bills. This has to do with our discharge of public debt - based on HJR 192 - using the pass through account as a transmitting utility. Also, The Bond of Discharge, which has been used to eliminate IRS tax liens will be presented and discussed in this new single topic lecture.

Accepted for Value (AFV) is one of the most important primary building blocks of the Commercial Redemption Process. Unfortunately, it's often poorly understood, and as a result, it is frequently misused or even totally ignored. In addition, it is often applied by those seeking a quick fix to their monetary issues without a complete understanding of how the technology works, therefore further complicating their current situation. As Winston repeatedly mentions in his lectures, only those with a concrete understanding of this information should apply it in their lives.

In these lectures, you will learn the concept that when someone requests funds from you, and you Accept for Value, your signature creates the funds to pay the liability. Why? Because in commerce, whoever creates the liability also has to bring the remedy. This fundamental, yet powerful, information is an important addition to your Winston Shrout library.

Part One of this "Accepted for Value" series provides a strong foundation for the AFV process. Part Two and Part Three continue building on that foundation with more important details and strategies. In Part Four, the final installment in the series, Winston provides an update on the former lectures by revealing some of the latest successes and techniques that have been developed.

WSSIC recommends that you review the first three volumes of the series before purchasing this installment, so that you have a complete and comprehensive understanding of the information presented during the lecture.