Judge Anna von Reitz
In answer to the question —- why is the signature line on my “personal” check actually a line of micro-print endlessly repeating “authorizing signature”? Why is this hidden? Why is this necessary?
I am supposing it’s the truth, biting everyone in the butt—–again.
I told everyone to look at what appears to be a signature line on what appears to be their “personal checking account” checks under high magnification.
I told them that instead of it being a line it is a line of microprint, endlessly repeating “authorizing signature” or words to that effect.
I told them that they are not the actual beneficiaries of that checking account that they believe to be their own—-but instead, are only presumed to have signature authority over the funds deposited—-like an account manager.
I told them that every penny they deposit in any…
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