Terms of Use

Welcome to the Weiss+Associates web site, hereinafter referred to as the “Site”. Please read these terms of use carefully. These terms apply both in use of this Site and also to the intellectual property that we provide to our clients.

By emailing the required paperwork and paying the fee, the client signifies that he/she has agreed to these terms. If a client or prospective client does not agree with these terms then he/she must not use the Site or the intellectual property of Weiss+Associates. Additionally, if you have any nexus to a federal agency, are employed by the National Government, or are domiciled in the District of Columbia or other U.S. Territories, you may not use the Site or any intellectual property of Weiss+Associates. Any government employee, or anyone connected with the National Government in any way, may NOT use this Site and agrees to pay a $250,000 USD fee (per use) for visiting this Site and/or viewing any of our pages or intellectual property.

Weiss+Associates reserves the right to change these Terms at our sole discretion, and your continued use of this Site constitutes your agreement to such changes.



All information, materials, functions and other content provided by Weiss+Associates are copyrighted property and may not be used without prior written consent of Weiss+Associates. In agreeing to use our intellectual property, the client may not attach it to any unlawful activity, or in any activity in which he/she misrepresents him/herself in respect to tax indentification or voluntary adherence to the statutory rules of the municipality of the District of Columbia.

The intellectual property you may receive from Weiss+Associates will come directly from the email addresses: aweiss@gmx.com, bilateral@gmx.com, or pvermeister@gmx.com. Any information coming from a different email address in reference to the relationship between the client and Weiss+Associates should be disregarded and immediately deleted.

The intellectual property you may receive from Weiss+Associates is fully copyrighted material, and may not be re-distributed for any purpose other than the ones outlined by Weiss+Associates. This INCLUDES the scope of work for ONLY the tax year(s) listed on the Notice of Deficiency. It may NOT be used for a separate tax year, nor may any of the documents received by Weiss+Associates be altered or re-purposed.

We do NOT give legal advice, and we will not (and cannot) represent any client in a court of law. We merely present facts based on enacted federal laws by the U.S. Congress that we have compiled over years of research. Our purpose and intent is only to provide educational information about the tax laws created by the U.S. Congress and to help American National clients — referred to in 26 CFR 1.871-1(a) as “Nonresident Alien Individuals” who have no liability for the Federal Income Tax as they derive no income from a statutory trade or business per 26 USC 7701(a)(26) within or without the statutory United States, i.e. the District of Columbia per 26 USC 7408(d) — correct false presumptions made by the Internal Revenue Service.



By using this Site, you confirm that you have read, understood and agree with Weiss+Associates’ Privacy Policy and agree that the terms of such policy is reasonable and satisfactory to you.



As Weiss+Associates prepares only intellectual property for its clients, there is NO acceptable return or cancellation policy.



Weiss+Associates does offer a full 100% Money Back Guarantee of the standard fee for its intellectual property (on the 3 IRS enforcement action products ONLY) with the following stipulations: If the client pays in full for our intellectual property, and responsibly follows our instructions in sending delivery-confirmed mail correspondence to the U.S. Tax Court within 3 business days of the date of the each letter to be mailed, that we GUARANTEE the outcome will produce an Order for Dismissal for Lack of Jurisdiction from the U.S. Tax Court.

Because we cannot guarantee if the U.S. Tax Court will itself respond in a timely manner, we cannot guarantee the desired Dismissal will occur within a specified time period. However, let the client be aware that the process usually takes between 3-6 months from the initial correspondence with the USTC to the filing of the Dismissal.

The guarantee is NOT applicable if the client: 1) has mis-represented him/herself on the 5-category stipulations listed on the specific product web page that strictly outlines what a qualified candidate is; 2) fails to follow the detailed instructions given to him/her by a Weiss+Associates representative in email correspondence only from aweiss@gmx.com, including but not limited to, having any prior correspondence with the U.S. Tax Court for the Year in Question nor having filed an Amended Petition or paid any filing fee; 3) has any nexus to the National Government; or 4) is domiciled either geographically or legislatively in the District of Columbia or similar Territories of the statutory United States.

The guarantee is NOT applicable to any other intellectual property, only to the 3 IRS enforcement action procedures (NOD/liens/levies).

Also, we cannot compel any government employee to follow the law, as a Court Order of Dismissal for Lack Jurisdiction fully binds those employed by the National Government to adhere to this territorial court order against the IRS enforcement claims. When a client obtains a Court of Order of Dismissal for Lack of Jurisdiction for a specific enforcement action, there is only a 90-day appeal window for the IRS attorneys to challenge the decision of the U.S. Tax Court. If a government employee tries to ignore the court order or deflect from its true meaning, they are acting outside the scope of law and the scope of their authority. Though you have won and the claim against you was defeated, it does not necessarily mean a rogue IRS agent will automatically abide by the court decision — as they should. Let it be known that our efforts are all based on enacted federal tax laws and are intended to keep you out of litigation. Please keep in mind that criminal activity in government does exist and ultimately litigation may be your only remedy to stop these extremely rare lawless actions by those offending parties within the National Government. We have obtained thousands of Dismissals for our clients, and only rarely has this type of reckless behavior occurred.

In the event an IRS agent ignores a U.S. Tax Court Order and the client seeks Weiss+Associates’ help, that will incur an added fee. The service provided for the original IRS action concludes when the client receives a Court Order of Dismissal for Lack of Jurisdiction (that is what we promise). Anything beyond that is extra.



The relationship between Weiss+Associates and the client with whom we have assisted in achieving the Dismissal for Lack of Jurisdiction is hereby terminated after 90 days following the issuance of the U.S. Tax Court Order for Dismissal for Lack of Jurisdiction. The relationship (and any guarantees) will cease at that time; the client’s file will be closed and any sensitive information which may have been previously provided to us (whether necessary or not) will be destroyed.



As outlined many times throughout the Site, as well as in our Privacy Policy, Weiss+Associates does NOT want or need any Social Security Number or similarly sensitive personal information in its duties for the client. It is strongly suggested that the client redact (black out) any SSN or similarly sensitive personal information (the client’s name is NOT sensitive information and is indeed vital in the preparation of our intellectual property).

However, if the client submits documents to Weiss+Associates without redaction of this information, the client agrees to hold harmless all Covered Parties against all claims, damages, costs, expenses, and attorney’s fees arising from the client’s failure to keep this sensitive data private.

Our Mission

“It is not the function of our Government to keep the citizen from falling into error, it is the function of
the citizen to keep the Government from falling into error.”
— American Communications Association
v. Douds, 339 U.S. 382, 442 (1950)