Anna Von Reitz: Debt Redemption


Debt Redemption

By Anna Von Reitz
Thursday, October 20, 2022

Depending on which State you are in we have two years to reclaim your property which involves paying off the “debt” and charging it to those responsible for the debt in the first place.  

You are the victim of impersonation and criminal negligence. Join with the rest of us who have been similarly harmed. 

It takes numbers and voices and the more people who join together to put an end to this abuse, the better. 

There are remedies but getting the rats to honor their own law and obligation is difficult at best. 

You have perhaps gone to my website and read the information about the Vouchers or “Coupons” the IRS is required to send when they claim that income taxes are owed?  

The same rules and processes apply to any debt.  


When you receive a billing statement that appears to be addressed to you, whether it’s for goods or services, they must include a coupon somewhere in their correspondence alleging the existence of a debt. 

Most often this coupon or voucher appears as a separate “tear off” portion of the billing statement, and you are instructed to return it with your “payment”. 

However, you have no means to actually pay for anything; since the 1930s these evil corporations have seized your money and left you to operate on credit.  As remedy for this situation, Congress agreed to pay all your bills whatever they may be. 

That is the Public Policy established in 1933 by House Joint Resolution 192 and as codified in Federal Public Law 73-10 and Chapter 28 of the United States Statutes-at-Large, 28 Stat 112. 

Although most people think that this applies only to “government debt” such as tax payments, it actually applies to ANY Billing Statement that you get and it applies to any debt you cannot pay. 

If you go to my website, and use the search engine and look up “accepted for value process” you will find a considerable amount of information on the subject.  

The problem is that Americans were never given access to this purported remedy, never provided instructions, and never told where to send these “coupons”. 


To date we have three offices in the Internal Revenue Service that process these claims in a very spotty fashion, with no apparent rationale for which ones get paid and which ones don’t. 

We are continuing to press this matter with members of Congress who are ultimately responsible. 

Meantime, our Sign In America program provides a means to record your claims with your State Assembly and document them so that it is apparent when you first sought assistance. 

You can also send letters to the members of the State of State Congressional Delegations. You will have to look up their specific names and addresses, but you can bring forward the problems that you are having because of their failure to provide clear instructions and service centers: 

Dear (Congressman, Congresswoman, or US Senator Blah-Blah), 

I live in original jurisdiction in your District and am owed the remedies provided by Public Law 73-10 and 48 Stat 112, however, Congress has not provided clear instructions as to how we are to recognize “Coupons” or “Vouchers” and process them for redemption when “billing statements” are the only things we typically receive.  

Since 1933 people have been effectively denied access to these remedies established in the Public Law, because we have not been provided with this information, and even if we figure out how to properly “Accept” such debt coupons, we are not told where to send them. 

In effect, you’ve given us a remedy, but no means to apply it and no means to actually pay a debt after you and your colleagues have forestalled the use of actual money in this country. 

I am contacting you in hopes that you will know or can find out what we are supposed to do when government agencies and franchise corporations send us “Billing Statements” for debts we literally cannot pay, and where we are supposed to send Accepted Bills for processing? 

I am specifically concerned about mortgage and property tax bills and am anxious to redeem my home from foreclosure. 



Joe McGuire  Public 
In care of: XXX Anywhere Street
Anywhere, Your State 
ZIP Code

If enough of us write these letters and “remind” the members of Congress, prodding them to set up Debt Redemption Service Centers, it’s likely that more individual claims will be paid and a clear program Administration established on their side of the table, if only because more people will become aware that Congress not only owes the remedy, but the instruction and means to access the remedy. 

It wouldn’t hurt to also remind them that every time such accepted coupons are honored, the US Debt is reduced and inflation is reduced, so they really should be anxious to promote Debt Redemption Service Centers for members of the General Public. 


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