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A4V endorsements

Joseph, what verbiage on afv


From:joseph toman (j_toman@hotmail.com)
Sent: Wed 4/02/08 1:26 PM
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Exemption...doc (36.9 KB), 5 - Accep...doc (21.6 KB), 7 - Wordi...doc (23.1 KB)
It is contained at the end of the attachment. What you propose in all caps below is fine
except it needs a signature, the Authorized Representative.

There is also an Accepted for Value charge back endorsement which a little bit different
than the regular one. Hope these work for you.

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To: j_toman@hotmail.com
Subject: Joseph, what verbiage on afv
Date: Wed, 2 Apr 2008 12:47:10 -0700

Joseph, hope this finds you well up there in northern lights territory.

What verbiage seems to have worked for the majority in regard to Accepting for
Value?I have seen Accept for Value, Exempt from Levy,Accept for Value,
Returned with Value.......some with exemption numbers, signatures, dates,
ssnumbers, back of the SS card numbers........Barton had some long
ones......too. Short and sweet ...... is my goal but want to get the job done.... I
have a stack of IRS presentments that I need to get out the door......pronto.
Short and sweet, and not with too much info or verbiage either. I had a stamp
made up last fall that folks claimed worked but I am not so sure now......:

ACCEPTED FOR VALUE, EXEMPT FROM LEVY


__________________________________DATE
EXEMPTION ID_______________
DEPOSIT TO THE US TREASURY AND CHARGE THE
SAME TO_____________.

Some folks say now that it is NON EXEMPT because the tax has not been
settled or SUBJECT to LEVY.

Just need some results already.

thanks - Arizona area