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Credit Union refused to Open account for NFA Trust

Discussion in 'NFA Firearms and Accessories' started by Flyboy73, Apr 7, 2013.

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  1. au_prospector

    au_prospector Member

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    Notary

    You dont "un-notarize",
    A notary is simply an agent of a state and county. I am a notary in Georgia, my signature and sworn oath are located in my county's records. It is a common misconception that "the document matters" when in fact the actual document is very irrelevant. All a notary does is state in writing and with signature and stamp that the SIGNOR of a document is identified and is who he says he is.

    The poop will not go back into the horse. :)
     
  2. jaysouth

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    I invoke Occam's Razor on this one. The action of your credit union had nothing to do with deep seated conspiricy theories and latent anti-gun sentiment.

    Your trust is NOT you. You are NOT the trust. You and your trust are separate legal entities. Your trust or LLC or Corporation does not qualify for membership in this credit union.
     
  3. Flyboy73

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    I disagree.

    As when I asked about opening a account for my trust it was not a issue, they didn't say they don't open accounts for trusts. Matter of fact they even had pre made paperwork to open a trust account. Only after looking at the trust did it become a issue. First BS about it being a commercial account, then the trust name. That sounds like some personal bias to me.

    But any rate the other bank was alot better and less of a hassle to open.

    Brion
     
  4. Murcielago

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    Occam's Razor. Pretty common term actually. In other words: "If you hear hoof beats, think horses, not zebras." but that's nine words instead of two.
     
  5. Lennyjoe

    Lennyjoe Member

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    mbogo, do I need the same for a suppresser? I know a little about the trust but no about an account
     
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