Posted by Common Right Group on August 26, 1997 at 04:21:55:
In Reply to: Think It's OK to Use SSN for ID, for obtaining Credit Cards posted by Charlie@Sterling Invstigations on August 18, 1997 at 15:41:35:
: I won't use my old SSN for any gov't purpose any longer, but what about when I am asked to give it for other purposes? Any suggestions on where to draw the line?
: Charlie Charpentier
: Sterling Investigations
Long time, no comunique. What we're about to say is strictly opinion and private experience. We need to explain that our spiritual convictions define who we are, and may not be appropriate for everyone.
When we (I) stoped using SSAN, it went into the bit-bucket as though it had never existed. When challenged for one by ANYONE, they are simply asked if they have a statutory authority to refuse services in the public domain for refusal. After getting their first hmmm-haw, we ask if they think their law is higher than YaHWeH's (God's) Law? That frequently motivates them to at least make a phone call to someone, like IRS f'r instance, to see if they will suffer any dire consequences if they can't get a number. Amazing how many folks get their education that way...
As to the SSAN, we just tell everyone who asks that we don't have a valid SSAN, and that's truth. Mine was obtained while in a state of infancy at the age of 16. Mother signed the application, not me.
The other can of worms is the "Date of Birth" (or even birthdate). I don't know. I don't even know my name. Calls for conclusion based on hearsay and innuendo. Selah. There was never a Birth Certificate issued TO me. Whatever birth cert. that was issued was issued to a lady I presume to be my Mother who named some baby. She told me that was me, but as to my own testimony, that's hearsay. The only name I can testify to is one I select myself. Again, Selah. (Selah is Hebrew for "think about it" or "ponder this.")
one called Bill - Common Right Group.
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