A2. Test Freeman Remedies
2.2. Test Freeman Tactics
2. "This Is Not Me"
Any claims a free man receives at his home are addressed to his 'Legal Fiction' not the real human man/woman
To make this clear to the claimant a free man can write on the letter "This Is Not Me" in red diagonally from bottom left to top right, through the legal fiction name and address and send it back to the claimant
'A Freeman' tried this on a claim from a debt collection agency alleging that 'A Freeman' owed money to a water supply company for water supplied three years before at his previous address, when in fact he had settled all bills in full shortly after moving.
The agency had made numerous phone calls and sent threatening letters and ignored 'A Freeman's' request that they get back in touch with the water company to confirm that the outstanding amount had been cleared.
They refused to do this. ('A Freeman' now understands why; because they had "bought" the debt from the water company)
'A Freeman' initially told one of the agency's representatives during a harassing call that he no longer gave his company permission (under data protection) to contact him by phone and that if the calls didn't stop they would be reported for harassment.
Then 'A Freeman' wrote "this is not me" in red as suggested on the most recent demand he had received from the agency and returned it to them
This proved successful so it was used again as a test on a V5 form with the DVLA for transferring "registered keeper" details for a vehicle, and on the same form 'A Freeman' filled in his legal fiction details in lower case blue ink, without including the post code, (as opposed to black ink CAPITALS as requested) and writing "this is not me" through his pre-printed CAPITALISED NAME on the form (commonly called the "log book")
This also had some effect as you can see below
The debt collection agency stopped calling, wrote no further letters and have not been heard from since
The DVLA, when sending the new "log book" to the new registered keeper, still had the legal fiction name in CAPITALS but "unknown address" where the address would have been
For more on the dealings with the DVLA regarding de-registration of 2 "vehicles" see the "Protest - Stop Paying Tax" page
NB. SEE THE LETTERS & NOTICES PAGE FOR A DETAILED (PDF) GUIDE TO 'A FREEMAN'S' METHODS FOR DEALING WITH BAILIFFS & DEBT COLLECTION AGENCIES