Re: Breaking the Bonds of Commerce & State
Posted: Mon Aug 26, 2013 12:32 pm
Pre-paid cards are not without commercial nexus. They remain property of the applicable banks that issue them, you only purchase use, and agree to this first time you use them. And they are only valid in the U.S., planting transactions firmly in their "federal zone". But they can be used with some amount of anonymity, so let your conscience be your guide.Thomas Jeffrey wrote:Credit Cards and Car Loans
Sometimes a credit card or some form of debit card may be necessary to rent a piece of equipment, or may simply be convenient to carry to a store. Our Lord has provided a Lawful means to accomplish this by the use of pre-paid cards. My experience has shown that a large cash deposit, instead of a credit card, works most of the time at the rental yards.
Pre-paid cards come in all sorts of denominations, and some can be reloaded. Most charge a small fee, there is nothing wrong with that, they are providing a convenient service and should get paid for it. The idea is to stay out of debt. Do not borrow money from a stranger, and certainly not with the promise to repay with interest.