STREET LIFE?

Updated: Jan 11

CHANGING THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM WITH OUR MONEY...Will

One Million individuals caught-up in the criminal justice system use the PC Debit Card to pay their debts to get out?


The PC Debit Card

The Card that Restores Life!

Providing One Million Cards to individuals on Probation, Parole, Incarcerated, DJJ, Homeless and Jobless.

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Hello ,


I am working with the PC Debit Card on a street project regarding long-term funding and permanent solutions for individuals in gangs and those on probation and parole through a group purchasing network.


You are invited to explore the first of its kind long-term permanent solution to real criminal justice reform that is totally void and independent of politics and government funding.


The Perfect Connect Network does not accept any public funding, endorsements or donations of any kind. The entire system is built-on group corporate purchasing contracts for everyday essential items large and small. The PC Platform makes it possible all individual & commercial card holders to purchase as a group. All revenue from all platforms are paid-out to the members via their card or a paid service of their choice.


The network is seeking to build a communication’s team lead by 100 of America’s leading black men with voices and influence who will all simply invite America’s young men and women to use this PC card and services for a new start on life.


There are one million minority individuals currently in prison and on probation or parole; The network is seeking to survey and register all of them and convince each of them to use this PC card to start a new career or business and to pay-off their debts. The first One Million applicants will receive free phone service for-life.


The PC Card will fund 25,000 programs, projects, churches and organizations whose purpose is to further support and provide resources to this demographic to include your charitable and community projects.


This project will employee and create businesses for entire gangs and drug dealers and their workers.


Please review the project and you will find there has never been a solution to violence and poverty that is so simple and so effective and adds increase to All.


The country needs your voice to make this project a reality for America’s youth. Please take the survey and share the survey. We are not seeking any money, time or commitment. Just your sharing of information.


I would love to share more details on this project with you and the process that has taken 25 years to build and has cost me my life and health in so many ways.


Looking forward to working with you or your assigned representative!


Best regards,

Director of Operations

brantley@MyPCcard.com

www.MyPCcard.com | South Carolina

+1 (800) 948 5980 | Market Researcher











We are inviting our leaders with voices to explore the first of its kind long-term permanent solution to real justice reform that is totally void and independent of politics & government funding.


The PC Network is not seeking any public funding, endorsements or donations from this team. The entire system is built-on corporate purchasing contracts. The PC Platform allows all individual & commercial card holders to purchase as a group.


The Network is building a communications team lead by 100 of America’s leading black men with voices and influence to get this card and service into the hands of the one million men & women on probation or parole and the general public who are in-need of career and financial opportunities or a new start on a better quality of life.


Each media professional below is asked:

1.To view the PC Card Project, share your thoughts and the PC survey and link on your media platforms.

2.To present (giveaway) the first 10,000 Street-Life Cards to individuals in your listening or viewing audience (see ideas).

3.To present the first five hundred $10,000 checks to local small businesses through your platforms.

4.To refer resources that will help establish the services and centers in all cities, communities and prisons.

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