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The video below is a great example of what goes on between banks & certain government employees.  Chase executive paid a fee of $9 Billion to hush everyone.  This may sound like a lot of money to average hard working american.  The average American household makes $54,000 per year.  When you factor apples to apples, Chase paying $9 Billion to silence the fraud they did is the same as the average American paying a hush fine of $194.40.  Chase, for less than $195, was able to buy certain government employees to avoid admitting to guilt & face prison time.  With the $9 Billion in fines, what homeowner can write into our company and prove they received a compensation check that is worthy of what Chase has put them through.  Contact us at

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Consumers, in most case studies, are unaware of grammar fraud in contracts.

Knowing how to determine what is fact and fiction is important.  To be able to know what is fact and fiction, consumers must first understand the laws of grammar.

When a contract is syntaxed it is very easy to spot fraudulent grammar.  When fraudulent grammar is used, there will be no facts and the contract will contain only adverbs, verbs, adjectives and pronouns.

Below is the numerical value of a fiction paragraph containing 4 fiction sentences.  We have removed the words and have only shown the parts of speech each word represents.  The key to the parts of speech can be seen by clicking here.





In looking at the above syntax, you will see there are no facts.  A fact can only exist when you have a series of 5-6-7.

A correct factual paragraph containing 4 factual sentences will look like the following.





With the samples above showing a fiction and a fact paragraph, it is easy to spot false & misleading statements.

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The movie below is a very powerful documentary on the banking system.  The documentary provides an easy to understand overview of how banks operate and how consumers are damaged.

“Some of the biggest men in the United States, in the field of commerce and manufacture, are afraid of something.  They know that there is a power somewhere, so organized so subtle, so watchful, so interlocked, so complete, so pervasive that they had better not speak above their breath when they speak in condemnation of it.”  ~Woodrow Wilson.  Former President of the United States.

“Each and every time a bank makes a loan, new bank credit is created -new deposits- brand new money.”  ~Graham F. Towers. Governor Bank of Cananda, 1934,54.

“The process by which banks create money is so simple that the mind is repelled.”  ~John Kenneth Galbraith. Economist

“Permit me to issue and control the money of a nation, and I care not who makes it’s laws.”  ~Mayer Anslem Rothschild.  Banker

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Would you be upset if a company tricked you by making you sign an illegal contract?

Would you be upset if company forced you to sign a contract where you had to agree that 3+3=9?

Most people we have interviewed over the years have answered “Yes” to both of these questions.

When consumers were asked how they would know if a contract was illegal, no consumer was able to identify an illegal contract.

As we interviewed more and more people we discovered that very few people understand the laws of grammar.  Understanding that all contracts are based on grammar, it would make sense to know the parts of speech of the words a consumer is signing a contract to.

Signing a contract in which you did not know the parts of speech to words would be the same as solving a bunch of math problems without knowing the values of numbers.  So if you were given an equation of 3+3 = ____, you would not be able to solve the problem because you would not know the value of the number 3.  When you sign a contract and you see the word “debt” or “vehicle”, are you able to identify what the value of those words mean?  The dictionary defines these words as a “noun” or fact.  What would happen if the value of the word was changed from a “noun/fact” to a verb or an adjective?  This would be the same as changing a 3 to a 4.

For most people they would never know the value of the word was changed because they really never knew the value to begin with.

Before you solve math problems that can affect your future, you should understand the laws of math.  Before you enter into contract that can affect your future, you should understand the laws of grammar.

We offer a Charity Project for those who wish to test their skills with the laws of grammar.

If you wish to gain a layman’s view of the laws of grammar click here.

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Consumers often confuse The Advocacy For Consumer Rights (TAFCR) as being a law practice or group of attorneys practicing law.

TAFCR does not “practice” law and we are not attorneys.

While attorneys are trained to specialized in certain areas of the law, TAFCR only specializes in the laws of grammar.  Just like the laws of math are considered to be facts, the laws of grammar are facts as well.

There is a very clear distinction between the work attorneys do and the work TAFCR does.

Attorneys do not work with the laws of grammar because they were never trained in the laws of grammar.  When an attorney reviews cases and documents they focus on subject matter which is largely based on here-say and opinions.  They then are able to take this into a court which operates on the same manner.

TAFCR however does not review any cases based on subject matter or opinion.  When we review a case, we only focus on the violations within the laws of grammar because this review process ensures only facts are being used.  They said this, they said that, I heard this, I heard that are all opinions based on subjective interpretation of a particular situation.

A sample might be the following statement coming from a debt collector in a mail notice.

“You are hereby notified that your loan is in default because of past due payments.”  

An attorney would take this statement and then begin to argue the subject matter trying to determine if the payments were in fact late or did the debt collector follow the Fair Credit Reporting Act.  The attorney would make his arguments as to why he “feels” he is correct.  The creditor & their attorney would come back with their “feelings”, or “opinions” as to why they feel they are correct.

When TAFCR reviews the above statement, we only focus on the laws of grammar within the statement.  We do this because the statement is a document created by the creditor which they cannot dispute because it is their own document.  If the laws of grammar have been violated by the document written by the creditor, they have no defense. Not only is it their own document but the laws of grammar are the same as the laws of math.  Both are facts which cannot be disputed.  If you violate the laws of grammar you violate several federal laws.

For a more detailed layman’s overview of what TAFCR does, please click here.