Is mailing cash safe?
Yes, mailing cash is safe, as long as you send it through the U.S. Mail, not through a private courier such as FedEx or UPS. Tampering with the U.S. Mail is a federal criminal offense. Private shipments are not protected in this way.
Freedom Law School asks that you send your contributions by Priority Mail® which ensures that your mail will be signed for and tracked at every stop along the way by U.S. Postal Service employees, all of whom have sworn a federal oath of office.
We recommend you first put your cash contribution into a regular envelope on which you have written our address and your return address, then put that envelope into the Priority Mail® envelope.
Freedom Law School has received Priority Mail® for over two decades with no significant mishaps. For this reason, if you give us the tracking number and the amount of your contribution, we consider you as good as paid! This also reduces your postage, as you do not need additional insurance.
We also accept cryptocurrencies with an additional 5% convenience fee. At this time we only accept Bitcoin and Ethereum.
Why does FLS only accept cash or cryptocurrency?
You give up your privacy when you use banks instead of cash cryptocurrency. The U.S. Supreme Court ruled in 1976 that the American people have no “expectation of [financial] privacy” when using banks and bank instruments to conduct financial affairs.
The court also concluded that the American People give up their right to financial privacy “voluntarily” when they use banks. For more information, see our blog article “U.S. Supreme Court says DO NOT USE BANKS, to protect financial privacy”.