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valpork asked:

Hi Everyone

I came across some information on how to access your strawman account. At first I was not confident but once I obtained and entered my 9 digit reference SSN/CRN (Social Security Number/Customer Reference Number), as an Australian citizen, there it was. My strawman account ‘appears as being worth’ around $832mil. (I know of someone else who is 10 times this amount…!). ๐Ÿ™„

I have done 4 separate searches and they all returned results.

Not sure if you are excited to learn about your account ‘balance’ but thought to give you instructions below to test this out. Remember I am in Australia, however no matter where you are in the world you should have a 9 digit reference number.

Note: SSN = Social Security Number / CRN = Customer Reference Number

(these are typically 9 digits in length with sometimes a letter at the end)

Before you start. Not everyone’s number will work, not sure why. I have however pulled up enough of them to know this is not an accident. It is set up this way for people that KNOW what they are looking at, such as our strawman accounts that they like to keep a secret from us – there is no mention of a strawman name attached to this account nor your name/s. So first you need to know that with every CRN/SSN you put in, it will state at the top invalid symbol, ignore that, It is only to throw you off for those that don’t know how the site works. Go to this website and then follow the below instructions…

Step 2

Type in your CRN (social security number) in the box that says enter ticker symbols at top of box and quote at the right of the box. Enter ssn exactly like this xxx xxx xxx with NO DASHES just spaces between numbers (and typically an alphabetical letter at the end of the 9 numerical reference number……and click on QUOTE on the right side of box

If you don’t know your SSN/CRN then go to Centrelink (for Australia) to find this out – simply ask for this information without giving too much away (why you want this). If you already receive benefits then you should have your SSN/CRN reference details already. Ignore the thing that says unknown symbols up top, scroll down to bottom of page. At the bottom you will see two to three underlines words in blue that say

Trade / Chart / Research

Click on ‘Research’

Step 3

Over to the right of the page under DETAILS it has towards the bottom Net Assets noted as ($M) the ($M) means that whatever number is really worth MILLIONS (the M means MILLIONS!). That was just so u can see what is in your strawman and what they dream you as being worth…

If this works for you share this around…

Good Luck…!!! ๐Ÿ˜€


I worked in a pet store and people would ask how big I would get.

Rodney Dangerfield

Lawfullyjust replied:

That is all very interesting, Ive had a look at this but its for the USA and not for UK SS numbers.

Is there a UK site that we can check out these details on ???


valpork replied:

Hi Lawfullyjust

Not sure why it doesn’t work for the UK. Perhaps try a few to confirm this. I do know it works for NZ & Australia.

Despite where you are in the world, your CRN / SS reference are made up of 9 digits followed by a letter, so it really should work.

Do you perhaps have a different reference to this from the UK?

VP ๐Ÿ™„

royboyone replied:

I am in the UK and this is what has come up.
Don’t understand it though. ๐Ÿ˜†

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NAV 124.64 Offer Price (POP) 124.64
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As of: 05/21/2014, 4:04pm

Last Trade [tick] 54.9900[+] Volume 0
Net Change 0.6800 52 Week High 61.2200 on 01/22/2014
Net Change % 1.25% 52 Week Low 41.8500 on 06/20/2013
Bid N/A Ex. Dividend Date
Bid Size N/A Dividend Pay Date
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Ask Size N/A P/E Ratio 25.2200
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Fund Inception 5/8/1984
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($8.20 per $1000)
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$111.10 – $137.94 Does this mean
how much My Strawman is worth.???

valpork replied:

NAV 124.64 Offer Price (POP) 124.64
Net Change 1.12 Load % 0.0000%
Net Change % 0.91% Last Dividend (04/14/2014) 0.3740
Previous NAV 123.52 Last Cap Gain ST (04/11/2014) 1.349
Previous NAV 123.52 Last Cap Gain LT (04/11/2014) 2.385
Previous NAV Date 05/20/2014 30-Day Yield % 0.00
Fund Number 00062 Trade | Chart | Research
Quotes are displayed by Date/Time in Eastern time.

From where I am seeing it you need to click on the ‘research’ option so it takes you to a new screen. Hope this makes sense…? You should then see many details and a figure for the net worth.

See how you go by doing this… ๐Ÿ˜‰

royboyone replied:

Hi valpork, I did what’s in Red is an edit, and added from my first search. ๐Ÿ™‚

valpork replied:

Ok, well done, so it shows that you are worth a cool 554.73 $M (don’t spend it all at once…) ๐Ÿ˜ฏ

Seriously, its amazing that this type of value is in each of our exemption accounts, which is attached to each of us alive today – as long as you have a birth certificate and a registered strawman.

So you have proven that it works in the UK…which is great news ๐Ÿ™‚

Please share this information far and wide and so others learn this truth…

marke replied:

makes sense why we have social,national insurance numbers on our moneys.

when somebody dies and the death certificate is handed in they go collect the account.

roughly 450,000 or so people died every year in uk.

everything we do must go in and of the this account through our life

there is a common stock and prefered stock.

just think what michael jackson bond was worth,not forgetting the amount of oil under ground at never never they have hit squads,bumpin celebrities off and not forgetting a big stinking war.

Peacemaker2014 replied:

Just tried my NI number in the link clicked ‘Quote’ and when I clicked on ‘Research’ the next page read ‘page does not exist or is not available’ BUMMER! How can this be? If it works for one Brit it should work every time ๐Ÿ™

smilingalltheway replied:

it’s usually the birth cert bond number to check (in red) not the social security number

valpork replied:

It is essentially a 9 digit number that identifies you to the social security ‘network’ in place. ๐Ÿ˜‰

I know it works for CRN (customer reference number) down-under however it could be called something else in other parts of the world.

In about a dozen attempts it has worked 80% of the time, so don’t get too down and out about it ๐Ÿ˜•

Good luck

Peacemaker2014 replied:

Well I finally cracked how to get into the Strawman account in UK. On the top left corner of the Birth Cert, there is an ‘NHS number’, even though there is no letter at the end like the NI number it works. I put it in as described with 3 space 3 space and 2, quote, research and there it was! ๐Ÿ˜ฏ

landlubber replied:

Well, Peacemaker, don’t leave us in suspenders…what did you discover? Can we all tap you for a few bob? ๐Ÿ˜† Peace

fusion replied:

Hi, on the Fidelity website do you have to register & login or is it just input your numbers and done?

Do you think that if I have a crappy credit score, my account will be less than if I was a ”Good Slave” with a very good credit score?

Does the credit score have anything to do with our birth certificate bonds? The higher the interest on an alleged debt will mean that the parasites will take that from our accounts – and then we pay it also?

Sorry for all the questions, just trying to make sense of it.


valpork replied:

Many questions but not much to answer sorry. ๐Ÿ™„

The best way to learn about this, and how it works, is to input a few different numbers (from different people) to see what their accounts end up being. It can then be seen how someone who is not ‘working’ and therefore ‘not paying taxes’ has less credits when compared to someone who is working and paying taxes. The mind boggles to think that a ‘death certificate’ perhaps ‘releases’ these funds to someone… ๐Ÿ˜ก

From my understanding it has everything to do with our birth certificate bond. ๐Ÿ˜ฏ

The eBook from Mary E Croft helps to explain this better, in case you haven’t read this already. You can view it here … w_I_06.pdf [ ]

(BTW – perhaps save this information (how to view your SM credits) to help ensure it survives over time)

Our handicaps exist only in our minds – Franklin Roosevelt

Peacemaker2014 replied:

Yeah man, how much would you like? Don’t be shy now… I’m doing my whole families strawman tonight. Sadly I didn’t do mine as I can’t find my own Birth Cert, but the person I did it for is worth just over 2,500.00M thats two million five hundred thousand dollars. The first question they asked was, so can I get any of it? All I could say was ‘there are people working on it’, but whether that it true or not I’m not sure.

My first feeling having seen the figure was anger. We spend our lives being bled dry by the system only to see the system bathing in riches created by us. You can say that the riches are fictitious or somesuch, but a house in Montego Bay isn’t.

My second thought was, if the system spends it’s fictitious ‘life’ doing all it can to bind me to my legal fiction, when I go to court and am asked if that is me, I should ask the court to issue a judgement that I am responsible for it and everything to do with it. That it is mine, my corporation, and I am able to do with it whatever I please because it is mine, it’s in my name, has my NHS ID number as its stocks and shares ID number and so on. I should say, ‘if you will issue such a judgement that will be accepted in both the commercial and the real world, I will accept that I am it and it is me.

Then I would go and sell sell sell! and declare my corporation closed for business. After that you can contact me in Montego Bay ๐Ÿ˜€

Just a thought, as my NI number didn’t work in identifying me to the stock market, I wonder if the failures I’m reading about dealing with A4V and the like would have better success using the NHS ID? As that seems to be the key to our account.

I hope when enough people have seen their strawman value on the stock market, and the tidal wave of shock horror is rising, some bright spark will get to work at figuring out what we can do about it. The idea being to turn fictitious stocks and shares into the comforts of life before it all crashed and even the fiction isn’t there any more. I mean, I would gladly go halfys with anyone who can work this one out, wouldn’t you dear reader?

royboyone replied:

Hi Peacemaker, that figure should read, 2Billion500million.

Mine was only 545Million. ๐Ÿ˜† ๐Ÿ˜†

Peacemaker2014 replied:

sorry I don’t speak to poor people ๐Ÿ˜› But you’re right of course it is billion and not million, which makes me even happier than I was before, for not being able to tear it out of their dead fictional hands ๐Ÿ˜ฅ ho hum

landlubber replied:

You have been identified as a generous man since you didn’t even question why I needed to borrow from you. ๐Ÿ˜‰ Sadly, as with most stories, true or otherwise, none of us in the UK owns our name or number, that’s why we’ll never see a penny of what our name is worth. As has been said elsewhere, the birth/berth certificate is just one huge con against us folks. I’m a man and anyone can call me whatever they want so long as they’re not being rude. ๐Ÿ˜€ Peace

fusion replied:

Thanks Valpork

valpork replied:

Your welcome guys.

Just promise to spread this critical bit of information far and wide so we wake up the Sheeple scattered all around the globe ๐Ÿ˜‰

Peacemaker2014 replied:

So Landlubber, just a thought, I see freemen using the system against itself in court and such, and I see people using A4V and prom notes in an attempt to use the system against itself. These methods are actually trying and in some cases succeeding in getting thems what are running the show to access our account and pay our bills using that account. SO, we are half way there aren’t we? we are finding ways to draw funds from our secret account and use them for our benefit. SO, is it beyond the whit of man to find ways to legally claim that account as our own? Is it beyond the whit of man to somehow claim that which has been set up in OUR name, with OUR personal NHS number at the time of OUR birth. After all, it can’t exist without us, WE are the host, IT is the leach, without us IT dies.

When the news of this account spreads around the world and more of us start to ask more questions, and seeking redress, if some bright spark with a legal brain decided to charge for example ยฃ1,000,000 from each fund that he repatriated having the expertise to break into the vaults, and if we all decided to take out only ยฃ1,000,000 from our account, the governments would be forced to capitulate OR see the crash of the whole system because we COULD take it all. SO rather than us saying oh well, never mind it was a nice thought, we should be thinking about winning the game, not just a few odd points.

God created us as equals, and somewhere in the mystical world of legal land must be a God fearing ‘maverick’ who sees the potential of making that more of a reality. What say you dear reader?

valpork replied:

Hi All – does anyone know how to attach a PDF doc? I want to attached one here…

“Any idiot can face a crisis; it’s this day-to-day living that wears you out.” – Anton Chekhov

valpork replied:

Sorry, just worked this out. I will post as a new one as it has more details to share.

Cheers ๐Ÿ˜€

aussieGal replied:

I just tried using Australian CRN.

Just did it with xxx xxx xxx and a space and the letter. SUCCESS

Fund Inception 8/6/1986 This is not when I was born????

Portfolio Net Assets ($M)
There is a FUND MANAGER?????? What the?????
Fund Manager(s)
More Information
since 12/1/2011

aussieGal replied:

I just did my son’s crn number.


It says Fund Inception 8/6/1986

he wasn’t born till 1987..

Portfolio Net Assets ($M) $462.96

So either this isn’t the right number to use, they mysteriously figured out I was going to have a live baby,

Or or or…..???????

pigeonman1 replied:

Thanks for the info Valpork,as a Australian resident your info worked for me,am looking forward to sharing this with friend who is big into investments,but mention anything other than channel 9 news to him and it has to be conspiracy theory,so am at a bit of a wall with him,this will be fun.Alas I’m 200m poorer than you,but not complaining.Thanks again


HQSOUMAR replied:

I’ve tried this with the certificate of birth number (in red, top left hand corner) which was originally in the format of xx 111111 on the certificate by (as previously suggested) using xx1 111 11 on the quote. It actually came up with 2 different mutual fund quotes. Looking at the details column from the research link fund inception on the first one was 30th June 1986, though i was born much earlier. I guess this could be as these things are chopped and changed between investments? The first one was worth only $124.01M

the second fund quote gave the following:- fund inception 16th June 1956 (before i was born) and had a portfolio of net assets of $1,485.27M (that’s only just near 1.5 Billion).

strangely enough i also tried my UK national insurance number (which is in the format of xx 11 11 11 x) and used the same format above without including the last letter. Which throughout my life has actually varied (even though i believe it shouldn’t). so i just tried the format xx1 111 11 (no last letter). This also produced a result. with a fund inception of 16th December 1985 and a portfolio net assets of $130.13M

I did try some other NI numbers and these returned an error. I also wonder whether putting in numbers from copy certificates (ones which can be obtained at any time) which will most likely be very different to the original numbers would also maybe just display some random mutual fund which uses the same number.

interesting all the same. I should add. that the name on the birth certificate is handwritten in black in all in lower case cursive script.


pigeonman1 replied:

Hi Valpork, tried the website you suggested and yes my account came up and I was most impressed,but tonight it says the website is temporarily down,just when I was hoping to show it to my sceptic friend,any suggestions please.

pigeonman1 replied:

Sorry Valpork, my impatience, it’s back up.