- 4 years, 4 months ago
Today, I hired an independent researcher to do some legal consulting for me. We agreed on a $100 "detainer". Since I began checking out of the system in 2009, and mainly to avoid any more contact with the IRS, I stopped doing business with all banks. I don't have any bank accounts of any kind, no credit cards, and I don't even have a debit card through services like PayPal because they're all tied in to the same corrupt banking system, and the IRS can (and most likely will) find you or at least your money by data mining your banking records. So to eliminate this attack vector I primarily operate with United States Notes (better known to the sheep as Federal Reserve Notes), i.e. cash. So to pay the detainer should have been a simple matter of running over and depositing a $100 note into my researcher's account at my local Chase Bank branch. Nope.