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TX is Correct

NO, it doesn't mean you're an employee. BUT, if ONLY Felons are authorized by law to have a Blockbuster card, then you are either a felon, or you have lied on one of the hundreds of documents you signed under penalty of perjury declaring yourself to be a valid Blockbuster cardholder!

It isnt about being employed!! It's about being a cardholder, a member of the class who is AUTHORIZED to become a member. Social Security is for "citizens of the United States", naturalized persons, and those who are EMPLOYED in the UNITED STATES!

Are you EMPLOYED in the United States? Are you even EMPLOYABLE in the United States? What do you think UNITED STATES means for purposes of the Social Security act? IT means FEDERAL TERRITORY.

Therefore, since you have a Social Security account, you have declared under penalty of perjury that you are either a "citizen OF the UNITED STATES", a naturalized [federal] citizen, or that you are working in the Federal United States.

ALL of the people that qualify for Social Security are members of the FEDERAL class. They are the PERSONS that make up the Federal government. THEY are subject to ALL OF THE LAWS of Congress because they are Federal Property!!

THIS is why ANY INDIVIDUAL with a Social Security RETIREMENT PROGRAM is classified as "Federal Personnel" per USC Title 5, 552(a)

LASTLY, and MORE IMPORTANTLY, If you have never requested a hearing to have these documents dismissed, and you are still using the Social Security number for work, credit, etc. THEN you are not only failing to void an allegedly invalid contract, but instead you are illegally using Government property for your benefits:

    42 U.S.C. 408: Penalties




    Sec. 408. Penalties

    (a) In general
    Whoever -...

    (8) discloses, uses, or compels the disclosure of the social security number of any person in violation of the laws of the United States; shall be guilty of a felony and upon conviction thereof shall be fined under title 18 or imprisoned for not more than five years, or both.