Do You Have Secret Bank Account Money in your Social Security Number Treasury Account?

Don’t fall for it. Please, oh please, don’t fall for it.  Normally I would just let something like this float by my feed and let it go, or pay it no mind. But as I was personally burned by this kind of thing I figured it would be a service to at least put a warning out there.

Four years ago, a slew of free money scams came out in full force and wen’t “viral” on the internet. I put the word viral in quotes because I have since become convinced that all those view counts were completely staged and planned by some sort of CIA psy-op.  Thousands of people were used by these scams and many lives were ruined. I even know of one person who committed suicide over such things.

So here we go again. Maybe since its been 4 years the operatives at the CIA thought that that was enough time and doses of fluoride and GMO’s to sufficiently wipe peoples minds enough so that they would of forgotten what happened.   Now we’ve got a new wave of “free money” posts and videos floating around the internet.  Below is a screen shot of some of the examples on YouTube, the view counts are starting to get up there.

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If you want to know what has happened to people who really get into this stuff, I wrote about one such group in my book the QEG Chronicles. I’ll paste the link here for the book if you want to download it, you can also watch or listen to the audio chapters related to this story HERE and HERE for free on Youtube.

I understand that we are all trying to do our best to make ends meet and earn a living, but believe me, this is one particular path you don’t want to walk down.  Stay safe and stay sane folks.  Love you all.


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4 thoughts on “Do You Have Secret Bank Account Money in your Social Security Number Treasury Account?

  • July 18, 2017 at 11:15 pm

    From what I understand, the accounts are real. They do exist and the money SHOULD belong to the people. However, there is at this time no way to get to it and no court or judge has allowed it except for one person that I read about and was on a radio program. The process is so complex that even one wrong word in filing for the acquisition kills your case. And NO ONE is going to tell people the right way to do it except for this “one guy” who can’t possibly explain all the details in even a four hour radio program. So it is not something that can be successful for just about everyone unless you are Detective “Adrian Monk”.

  • July 20, 2017 at 1:56 am

    Sad that so many get caught up into these scams. Thanks for posting this as hopefully people will listen to your warning.

  • July 25, 2017 at 11:10 pm

    There are only three word’s needed to thrive in this world”Truth Simplicity Love” OM NAMAHA SHIVAYA!

  • August 2, 2017 at 4:40 am

    I am really confused. All the “redemption fraud” schemes I read about mention phony checks, or drafts, nothing about on-line electronic transfers. One of my co-workers followed through using his SS number and the number on the back of his card. He was able to pay off his mortgage through electronic transfer. I heard that this works for some, but others had the payments reversed. If this is really a scam, how could you possibly get a transfer of funds in the first place. The account and money had to come from somewhere.

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