The Birth Certificate and Your Trust Fund

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The Birth Certificate and Your Trust Fund

Post by Rodders » Tue Dec 29, 2015 10:15 pm

The Birth Certificate and Your Trust Fund

Could I be right in thinking that when you were born and then registered and your birth certificate was created that there was a trust fund set up for you?

I am understanding the birth certificate much better now but I have since learned that upon creation there is a bond with a monetary value attached to it.

From what I have heard the value in your trust fund can be a few million pounds or dollars etc,. depending which country you live in.

You cannot draw upon this fund by demanding access to it but it can be used to wipe out debt - now can I have your attention :mrgreen:

At the age of 16 in the UK you get your National Insurance Number.
You are then insured fully as an adult.

In theory, you could go through your entire life from birth until the day you die without working or creating any form of wealth for the government or "crown" and still get the "benefits" to enable you to live.

Could that be proof that there is a fund set up for you on the day your birth was registered?

If such a fund exists, I would imagine it will be very hard to prove it, yet when you want the "benefits" from "society" you can access something that offers you enough to get by on.

Should this trust fund be a reality, the question then would be how on earth can an individual get at it other than that which we take for granted?

This could open a can of worms, I appreciate that, but I would like to see if anyone can prove or disprove that a trust fund does indeed actually exist on everyone's birth certificate.

I would like to believe that a trust fund is created for us all but its seems to be like proving the existence of God at this time.

Here is a sample of the smaller version of the British birth certificate:
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Here is the long form birth certificate:
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Re: The Birth Certificate and Your Trust Fund

Post by Top Cat » Wed Jan 06, 2016 12:30 pm

If there is a trust fund set up for me with a load of money in it I would like to draw on it please :D
I am not altogether convinced that this fund would exist because if it did, where would this lump sum come from?

If someone has some evidence that a trust fund does exist for us all please provide some proof please.
More to the point, if the child trust fund does exist, how do I get access to it :D

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Re: The Birth Certificate and Your Trust Fund

Post by Milkman » Wed Jan 06, 2016 8:08 pm

Get me access to my millions please, I need a new car :lol:

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Re: The Birth Certificate and Your Trust Fund

Post by Jed » Fri Jan 08, 2016 12:48 pm

I can't see how all this money is deposited in our trust funds ..... the country is broke and in a lot of debt to the bankers.
I am free and they will not tell me otherwise :angel:

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Re: The Birth Certificate and Your Trust Fund

Post by Rodders » Mon Jan 11, 2016 3:17 pm

Milkman wrote:Get me access to my millions please, I need a new car :lol:
I wish I could help :lol:
If you find out how to draw upon our "birth fund" tell me please.

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Re: The Birth Certificate and Your Trust Fund

Post by Jester » Thu Jan 14, 2016 3:27 am

Give me two million quid and be done - just let me run my own business thank you :mrgreen:

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Re: The Birth Certificate and Your Trust Fund

Post by Zero » Sat Jan 16, 2016 1:18 am

Ok, I like it, how much am I worth?

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Re: The Birth Certificate and Your Trust Fund

Post by Crab » Sun Jan 17, 2016 5:24 pm

I often wondered how we can manage to live forever in the UK without ever working.
I know a few people who are in their sixties who have never worked in their lives and are still claiming benefits.
They will soon go on to retirement and then get their pensions.
Where has all that money come from?

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Re: The Birth Certificate and Your Trust Fund

Post by Zombie » Sat Jan 23, 2016 12:54 pm

If there is a trust fund then they should tell us if it is in our name.

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Re: The Birth Certificate and Your Trust Fund

Post by Robin Hood » Mon Jan 25, 2016 1:57 pm

I wonder how much I am worth :P
Get me access to all my money and I will buy a bigger, more comfortable car.

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