What is a Secured Party Creditor?

Please note the following is a very short and terse synopsis of what an SPC is, for a better understanding we strongly suggest you read:

The Redemption Manual Series 6.0 is required reading. It is foundational comprehension on your path to success.

You can find the Series on our Study Materials section on Make Freedom here: https://makefreedom.com/product-category/study-material/

  • Some quick tips when reading the series as there is a lot of information to cover is not to get bogged down in any one section. Read all the way through the series in the main embodiment (Books 1-4) taking note of the sections and major points so you comprehend how everything fits together and can later reference sections as necessary. This will create the strongest foundation in the least amount of time creating a bell curve in your ability to learn, while leaving you with the ability to come back and use the information as necessary.

A Secured Party Creditor (SPC), means that you have made the declarations for freedom and also put them on public record and that they have gone unrequited. As well that you have laid the foundation of understanding and knowledge and have taken ‘control’ of the Debtor/Entity and all property in the Debtor’s name; accounts, Birth Certificate, later the Home/land, automobiles, and like property, all accounts, pets, stock animals, your children’s debtors, etc., etc. You are showing separation between the commercial fiction and the living breathing human being. This is first and major step in establishing your freedom as it rebuts the pre-assumed assumptions that will otherwise be made on your behalf. Furthermore as an SPC you have preserved your interests and are in a better position to state a claim.

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  1. Joseph J O'Malley on November 22, 2020 at 5:11 am

    Is the SPC the same, better, or equal to becoming a in the private State National? I am somewhat knowledgeable, but have a long way to go. My question to anyone , who cares to reply: Is State National better, for the reason of taking our country back with numbers, and filling state elector seats that have gone by the wayside.
    Which way should I go? Which is best for our country? I’m ordering all documents from Vital Statistics tomarrow and am not wealthy and can’t waste money and time! All I can do is study, practice and know the laws so I can be an asset to my country, and not just another national!

    • Sovereign Filing Solutions on November 23, 2020 at 8:33 pm

      The SPC process should be your first process before all others as it creates the foundation to build all things on. With the SPC process you can still claim state national status if you wish to do so, and while doing so have to tool set to be able to more easily create the solutions you seek.

  2. penelope.val52 on February 9, 2022 at 6:16 pm

    How old do you have to be to become a SPC?

    • Sovereign Filing Solutions on February 9, 2022 at 10:47 pm

      At least 18 years of age.

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