This debt relief cult might sound ridiculous but it actually has more in common than you would imagine with a number of the debt relief scams I’ve written about over the years.
There have been so many people I’ve tried to warn about the scams they’ve been involved in. When they are deep in it there is little chance they will awaken one morning and admit they are wrong. It takes time to come to terms with the reality of their situation.
The Swissindo World Trust International Orbit approach might as well be the Strawman or Sovereign Citizen approach to things. It appears to be rooted in an unwillingness to accept things are the way they are in life.
The banking world is not fair a lot of the time but it is rooted in contracts which consumers signed and agreed to. There is deception by banks and a willingness for consumers to participate in it.
Statements made by Swissindo sound lovely but simply uttering, “This initiative has been organized by the 681st King in an unbroken line of Indonesian servant-kings called, “King of Kings,” Mr. Sino A. S.. This initiative aims for nothing less than the total empowerment and individual sovereignty of all the people worldwide. How do we intend to do that? By eradicating all forms of war, slavery, poverty and by providing the means for each man, woman and child to live up to their full unlimited potential.” – Source
Swissindo World Trust International Orbit says it issues Debt Burden Liberation Certificates and M1 Vouchers that assist with eliminating your debt. Here is the translation they provide of their voucher. – Source
I have no idea why the debt absolution voucher mentions a “white spiritual boy” or “Car-Country.”
Anyone interested in this fantastical way to eliminate your debt should at the very least take some basic steps to checking out the company before leaping into this. Certainly, doing some of your own basic homework and research first is a logical and prudent thing to do.
- The Ultimate Consumer Guide to Checking Out a Debt Relief Company Before You Sign On the Line
- How to Check Out a Business or Company to Avoid Getting Scammed or Ripped Off
I was about to say you can’t make this stuff up but clearly you can. Here is the video Swissindo links to to help explain their approach.
Even kids are involved.