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[This is part of a research project of mine to see if this stuff is real. This is all the information I have right now. There is not a lot on the internet about it. The Friend of mine that gave me this information swears that he did time already and was held for over two weeks just for obtaining copies of his bonds. He says another person that did it was held for over 50 days. I know that one link down there about the routing number goes nowhere anymore. I am looking in to it. Use the contact or about links to give me any information you have. Thanks. Keb Radics]
BIRTH CERTIFICATE BONDS
- Go to www.fidelity.com
- Click on Research button.
- Click on Quotes button
- Enter the first two digits of your BC certificate number (usually in the upper right hand corner of your
BC) into the ticket symbol(s) box. Example: Birth / State file number – year – certificate number (6 digits) 110 (Birth / Sate file
number) -73 (year)-[(15)7135] the first two numbers you would use are 15.
- Put these (TWO) numbers into ticket system box and click quote and this will take you to Delayed Mutual fund quote page.
Interestingly, the system will add (THREE) zeros to the (TWO) numbers you put in to come up with the (FIVE) letter ticket symbol right after the name of the fund or bond in the dark gray line. Click on the blue link called research located right below the 30-day Yield %: Trade l Chart l Research and this will take you to the Fund / Bond page.
On this page you have (FIVE) tabs to choose from. Go to composition tab (FORTH) and click on this. Once there, on the right hand side of the page will have the Fund Facts and the (FIVE) letter ticket symbol. There you will see the CUSIP number, Fund inception date, Net Assets $$$$$$ amount, the Fund Number and the Fund Symbol. That’s all you need.
For your SS bond number, it’s a little different procedure.
SOCIAL SECURITY BONDS
To start you need the Federal Reserve Banks Bond Letter for District Bank – Routing Number List.
You can find this list here in this pdf
This list corresponds to the number that is on the back of your SS card.
Interestingly, the front side showing your SS number is the public side and the back side showing your
Bond number is the private side.
The letter in front of the Federal Reserve District routing number; A, B, C. not only represents the
district but also means something else.
Want to know what?
A=1, B=2, C=3, D=4, E=5, F=6, G=7, H=8, I=9, J=10, K=11 and L=12
Convert the letter to a number and add it to the next number on the card.
For example: C17922567 replace C with 3 and put 31 into the ticket symbol box in step 4 above and do actually the
same thing you did for the BC. You can use this same procedure for the SS number on front of the SS card for Bills of all kinds, court
cases, state, federal and municipal. I have noticed that mutual funds, money market funds, and bond funds can be part of the asset
allocation and strategy depending on the objective of the fund.
- Go to www.fidelity.com .
- You will see a tab in the upper left hand corner the tab for RESEARCH.
- Click on it and then click on the QUOTE option.
- At the top of the page you will see DELAYED QUOTES.
- Click on SYMBOL LOOKUP.Take the number of the account number, court case, birth certificate or the social security number & red Cusip number on the back of the social security card and place either the first two numbers or first three numbers in the box.
The first two numbers or three numbers are the BOND Number. For example if your social security number is 250-28-2551 the Bond number would be 250. The whole number is the security number which you hold. The SS-5 form which was filled out by your parents
was the promissory note and the Social Security Act is the Security agreement. So now you see the flow Promissory Notes [Unilateral Contracts that are falsely endorsed without your agreement or notice] become securities [Example Social Security card] and securities become bonds [The CUSIP Bond]
Three number searches
Social Security -SEARCH 1st 3 Numbers CUSIP # on Back of Social Security Card – Exclude the letters A-L Search the first three
numbers to find the bond
Birth certificates – SEARCH THE 1st 3 Numbers
Bills – SEARCH the 1st 3 three numbers
Court Cases – State & Federal SEARCH the first 2 Numbers
Municipal cases either search the 1st 2 or 3 varies from Municipality to Municipality
NOTE: This is the format
XXX-XX-XXXX…… 3 numbers, a dash, 2 numbers, a dash and then the rest of the
numbers, SEARCH the 1st 3
For Court Case Numbers
XX-XXXXX… 2 Numbers, a dash, the rest of the numbers or 3 numbers, the letters, and
the year, SEARCH the 1st 2 Mutual Fund and Fund Number searches
Click on the Search Button
For Social security & red CUSIP Numbers a new Cusip number will appear on the page. This number is the number of the CUSIP that is on the bond that the social security account is linked to Write down the CUSIP number and then go back to the previous page that had DELAYED QUOTES at the top. Click on the option that is spelled here. The sentence should read, “to quote or lookup a bond click
here.” You will be directed to a page that allows you to put that CUSIP number in a search on the left side of
What will appear next is a page that says BOND RESULTS.
Near the middles of the page you will have 2 options.
One is for a contact to a call rep who can explain questions about the bond. Click on Call Rep to get the phone number.
The next one will tell you who is holding the bond. Click on this Option that is below Description.