Take a moment to click through the buildfreedom link and read the article, there are step-by-step procedures, including a form letter, along with about a half-page of legal helps, to get rid of oneâ€™s SS#.
Follow the steps and see what happens. There isnâ€™t going to be a sweet, gentle, cushy, painless way to do it. Youâ€™re probably going to get quite a fight, and probably be under surveillance of some sort, for the rest of your life. This is a choice youâ€™ll have to make.
I would also recommend joining RestoreTheRepublic.net/ , where you can network with like-minded individuals.
FWIW, Iâ€™m not ready for this fight and still have my SS#.
(Originally Posted 3/6/2008)
I’m wondering what it takes to get rid of one’s social security number, and the implications of not having one.
From buildfreedom.com: “Secrets of the Social Security”.
This document covers:
* Individual Free-Market Economic Power.
* General information on Social Security.
* The Social Security Act.
* “Comment Upon Voluntary Nature of Social Security” – legal brief by Attorney Larry Becraft.
* Three kinds of TG #s: SSN (Social Security Number); EIN (Employer Identification Number); TIN (Taxpayer Identification Number).
* The structure of the SS# – significance of first three digits – ranges assigned to each state – ranges not used – significance of digits four and five – significance of last four digits.
* How to legally change your SS# – copy of relevant TG policy and procedures.
* How to get a new TIN from the IRS – sample SS-4 form – how to use your TIN number for credit applications.
* How Credit Bureaus identify you.
* How to establish a new credit file.
* The common law name principle.
* The Anthony Hargis method to terminate your SS#.
* Other organizations that help you terminate your SS#.
* General advice on operating without a SS#.
* Several ways to open a bank account without a SS#.
* Bibliography on SS# and identities.
This video from freedomtofascism.com also quite informative. It’s more about taxes than the SSN, so it’s a little off-topic for this post, but I found it during my SSN search and the testimony from juror Marcy Brooks made me want to include this clip. She’s my hero. Taxes and Social Security Numbers go hand in hand.