Today is 11-4-2016.
In case 1077-560 Paul John Hansen v. Wells Fargo Bank
2007 Wells got a judgement of 54k$ for legal fees from Hansen, in the case Hansen sues the bank for creating computer generated credit, which is a violation of federal law, the bank admitted to the act, the judge said I could not ask question about the primary case subject (the said bank fraud), the judge rules against Hansen, and awards the Bank attorney 54k$ in legal fees.
This being one of the most outrageous awards I ever witnessed in my entire life, all the bank was asked to do was to produce the ‘CALL REPORTS’ to validate the movement of funds to an account where a check was issued to me from. As simple as that was the attorney asked for 54k$ and got every penny without even a hearing for me to participate in.
My own lawyer said that they own the judges, and they will kill me if I try to appeal the case.
So they must’ve been scared of damage me further by trying to collect, I had 20 houses and they did not touch one of them even though they all were paid in full.
They grabbed 125$ from one of my bank accounts, one time, in 8 years, the bank charged them 100$ for processing fees, so all they really got was 25$.
I hope to sue them in a common law court where a US judge can not cover their banking fraud. This is why big banks byout small banks. The small banks chose not to violate the law and are thus unable to compete with the big banks that do. The vast amount of inflation is due to these big bank banking practices, all against federal law, God’s law of equality, and common sense. People stand up, your wealth is being stolen daily by inflation and your inability to defraude like the big banks do. Try to lend out your money, they can always outbid you because it cost them nothing, and they have no risk, all the damage is passed to the masses who depend on the FEDERAL RESERVE DOLLAR.
The FEDERAL RESERVE owners, can by mere credit allowance, make any 4 year presidential term thrive in complete elation, or if they chose in complete recession or depression.