How to be Invisible on Paper for Safety and Privacy

Are you suffering from a privacy crisis? Today, unless you take personal privacy precautions, you and your family as well as your personal and business property could be in danger. How can you guard against such disasters as becoming a stalking victim, prevent identity theft, both business and personal, and live privately while participating in the “normal” activities of work and socialization?

It is possible to become “invisible” on Paper by creating a self totally separate from the real you. And your life does not have to be disrupted in the process. Your new privacy living priorities will, however, separate you from the crowd, and you will, of course be more selective in the people you associate with as well as careful about who knows details of your intimate, private life.

A worthwhile objective if you’re convinced you need to take your privacy to the next level is to establish a new identity, create an alter ego-an identity to be used only for the sake of privacy and safety, and to be used for non-official purposes.

Once, you become someone else-on paper, stalkers will have no clue to your whereabouts, and your days of being a stalking victim will cease. You will no longer have to endure the harm “he” caused.

What about money and financial privacy? Worried about all the privacy invasive measures banks, brokers, currency dealers, and others ask for when you want to invest or buy expensive items? It is possible to do all of this and do it according to the policies of these institutions while not skirting laws or putting yourself at risk. It’s just that you’ll need to teach yourself how to bank anonymously-as anonymous as is necessary to keep unwanted identity thieves and others-perhaps an ex-spouse from draining your accounts or running up your credit card bills.

Learn to bank and hold property privately by reading Grant Hall’s financial privacy e-book, Privacy Crisis Banking.

While your banking and brokerage accounts will be under your control, the accounts will be titled under entity names. And these entities can be registered anonymously when registration is a requirement. Home privacy can be established when you buy a home by titling the property in a trust or an investment property in a Limited Liability Company. These privacy crisis principles will enable you to establish your financial privacy while keeping everything on the up and up.

Grant Hall wrote Privacy Crisis and this e-book contains an entire section on financial privacy. Chapter topics in the book, Privacy Crisis include Anonymous Banking, Private Bill Payments, Private Investments, Real Estate and Hard Assets, Credit Bureaus, and Retirement Accounts.

Establishing financial privacy as described above empowers one to control all financial matters without revealing his/her identity on these assets to the outside world. Thus, one’s financial life becomes invisible to the outside world.

James Clark King, LLC

 

Grant Hall on Privacy Living

Secret Home Mortgage?
The masses provide lenders and their henchmen with a clear roadmap to their home. Why not borrow money secretly and create an “invisible home mortgage?”
You and your family will not be subjected to dangerous scams and ugly threats. You’ll avoid property confiscations and burglaries. Live without fear. Keep snoops from finding your home when they access your credit bureau files.
How do you initiate a private home mortgage?
One has to borrow using a non-traditional lender. Perhaps from a company he or she controls. Or through the pledging of assets as collateral and then borrowing against these assets. Do you or a company under your control own farm land or other real property, Gold, Silver or rare coins? A margin account can be an ideal source of borrowing, too. You could borrow from a company under your control or from the business that employs you.
In any case, the goal is to repay the loan while disguising the nature of the purchase. Please keep everything above board and according to the provisions of the credit sources you use. It is not necessary to deceive or engage in anything illegal for the sake of personal privacy.
In my latest book, Privacy Crisis Banking, my personal techniques are fully explained.
If you truly desire personal privacy, you’ll have to start with a private residence-whether you rent or own the dwelling. And if money is borrowed for a home purchase, the world will know where you live when a traditional home mortgage is taken out on the property as credit bureau files will reveal this information.
It’s best to avoid the borrowing practices of the masses when you want home privacy. Once you title the property as I describe in Privacy Crisis, you will avoid data bases and the problems that are associated with having your home address known to everyone. You and your family will avoid the fear associated with dangerous stalkers and identity theft.
Thanks for reading.
Grant Hall

American work force costing you money?

The office supply store manager looked up the printing cartridge number, headed for the isle it was on and brought it to the register. One hundred and eleven buckoos later, I was out the door. The printer had flashed a warning indicating the ink was low and I had headed out to replace it as I expected some planned printing would deplete the supply entirely. Two weeks later, I opened the sealed package and discovered the manager had sold me a drum, not the cartridge I had ordered. Mistakes are acceptable, but today, I find the level of mistakes uncommon, and I attribute these mistakes to the illiteracy problem in America, as this problem is prevalent within our work force.

A recent call to an educator friend, a career teacher with a Master of Science Degree provided facts to support my view. This man said that over fifty percent of all high school attendees do not graduate high school in the state of California. The numbers are similar in Arizona and Nevada, I believe.

A friend of ours suffers from  residual pain from a traumatic injury. While at the doctor’s office, the medical assistant asked, “Mrs. Ellenns, how would you like to pay for your co-pay today, credit or debit card?” “Currency, she replied.”  She was met with a glazed look by the thirty-something year old assistant who returned to her station and asked her coworker what currency meant.

It took five store clerks in a large department store to sell me a computer component as I insisted in buying the product with cash and not providing my ISP subscription data to them to store in their database. Privacy carries a high price in terms of time and effort and is always a bit more expensive than living as the masses. And this time, effort, and money is a great  investment based on my many years of experience.

In 1971, everyone graduated from high school. Perhaps two or three of each one hundred students in my town had to take a summer course to satisfy a Math or English requirement  to get their diploma, but they did graduate. On a rare occasion, a student was not capable of doing high school work and did not graduate. This was rare and many with below average learning ability managed to complete the “required” twelve years of formal education. It was nearly impossible to get a job or join the military without a high school diploma. GED’s were frowned upon by many and seen as a last resort to gaining the high school equivalency of a twelve year formal education. In fact, the GED was called, “high school equivalency test,” and most who thought of dropping out of high school were counseled against it by well informed, experienced, high school educators and counselors.

I don’t know about you, but the current inabilities of the work force causes me to expend extra time, effort, and money. Never before do I recall having to repeat myself so often and go through so many people just to buy and obtain ordinary day to day goods and services. Is America now a third world country due to our devalued currency and uneducated work force?

Readers may e-mail Grant Hall at contact@PrivacyCrisis.com

Thanks.

Grant Hall

www.PrivacyCrisis.com

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Privacy Living: Creating a New Identity

Why have countless individuals and families learned to live anonymously? What are the advantages of increasing personal privacy? Is it possible to avoid databases and travel, bank, work, and live anonymously? This article will be one of a series and will provide information and privacy resources for those of you who may be interested in adopting a privacy lifestyle. You may be interested in reading articles and subscribing to my protecting privacy blog and receiving our free e-mail privacy living courses. My best-selling privacy e-book, Privacy Crisis provides information on all aspects of personal and business privacy.

Advantages of the privacy lifestyle are numerous and there are various levels of privacy.

Living under the radar provides safety and privacy for those who want to avoid identity theft. You may want to know how to stop the stalking problem caused by a dangerous, abusive ex husband or other tormentor. Others want to protect identity and financial privacy and avoid a bank identity theft while exercising their right to financial privacy. My new book, Privacy Crisis Banking provides banking privacy principles for the business manager or individual who may choose to keep money and assets private. Those who want to borrow money privately can establish an invisible home mortgage and live under the radar while purcasing a home anonymously.

Privacy is like an elevator as there are many levels of personal and business privacy. Do you want to adopt the highest level of privacy possible? It may be necessary for you to learn how to create a new identity.

Do you need to learn how to create a new identity for privacy purposes?

Creating a new identity for all unofficial purposes may be necessary as one’s privacy is substantially increased when a pseudo name is used in lieu of her true name. Imagine a neighbor who is known as Jane Doesenberg who lives under the alternate name of Nancy Johnson. No one will be able to track Ms. Doesenberg as she shares a house with a roommate and uses the name, Nancy Johnson each day for privacy purposes. Making a new identity believable was not difficult for our fictitious character and this example has been used for educational and entertainment purposes in this article. She merely began using another identity to stop the stalking of an abusive ex husband.

How does one establish a personal privacy living foundation through home privacy? In order to do this, adopt a non-traditional approach when you search for a house or an apartment for rent. Find a property manager or owner who will rent to you according to your requirements. Do not allow your name, previous address, financial information, Social Security Number, work history, or current employment information to be entered into privacy invasive databases or your home address and name will be an avalilable record for those who tap into certain information thus allowing anyone who subscribes to a number of databases access to this important contact information.

Follow all laws in your jurisdiction as you exercise your right to privacy.

Grant Hall

Home Privacy and How to Disappear Completely

Relationships are key to home privacy. Establish a working relationship with the property manager or owner of the house or apartment that you and your family want to rent while making certain your personal privacy is respected, and your name, address, Social Security number, and financial information must not entered into the credit bureau databases. How does one rent anonymously? It may be an easier task than you think though this important privacy tactic will normally take more time than the average person spends to find an apartment or house to rent.

Seek out entrepreneurial managers and owners, not inflexible types who insist on invading your personal and business privacy. Searching publications’ homes and apartments for rent and following up with telephone interviews will yield a group of candidates. Often explaining your privacy needs and making a great first impression on the telephone and in person will persuade the property owner/manager to cut corners on your behalf. However, expect to spend some extra time to obtain home privacy, and as I have said many times, privacy is always more expensive than living as the masses live. Time is money and it takes extra time to seek out those who will rent to you with few privacy invasions.

Take your home privacy seriously as it is the cornerstone of your personal and business privacy program and will provide many worthwhile benefits that the masses seldom enjoy. You will avoid identity theft as identity thieves will not be able to associate your name with your home address. And if you are going to use your true name, make sure your name and home address are not entered into databases that will reveal this sacred information. When you are seeking the highest level of personal privacy possible, it is imperative that you learn how to change your identity and use an alternate name for unofficial purposes, and your home privacy is strengthened as you create a new identity for privacy living purposes.

Our privacy living series is a free e-mail course that may be of interest as you learn to live privately.

Grant Hall

Author, Privacy Crisis Series of books

Grant Hall on Protecting Financial Privacy and Preventing Identity Theft

Keeping finances and property ownership a secret will protect identity and prevent identity theft and help you avoid privacy invasions.

Financial Privacy is a core privacy principle for all privacy advocates and will prevent bank identity theft and make you and your family and your property invisible.

Exercising your right to financial privacy is imperative as you attempt to protect your privacy from a number of predators who may wish to harm or steal from you and your family. Potential kidanppers will not be able to identify you as a worthwhile target when your bank secrecy and home privacy measures are in place. Use home privacy and banking privacy as described in the Privacy Crisis series.

Identity Theft Prevention is a huge benefit derived from obtaining home privacy. Of particular interest to many today is how to prevent a thief from stealing your identity in order to receive medical treatment under your name or the name of a family member. Preventing medical identity theft is a priority today as this form of identity theft is the white collar crime of choice among many identity thieves. Keep insurance policy names, numbers, group names, and the identities of all covered members private until the services are rendered. Refuse to provide policy information over the telephone to medical providers and do not provide Social Security Numbers, home addresses, home land line telephone numbers to providers. Instead, substitute mail drops, voice mail numbers, and omit the SSN for personal privacy reasons. These types of identity theft prevention tactics are necessary as many identity thieves have worked for medical providers and some have taken these jobs to gain  access to patients’ records.

These articles on how to prevent identity theft may be of interest as you learn to live privately.

http://privacycrisis.com/private_patient_2.html

http://privacycrisis.com/article_prevent_id_theft_without_insurance.html

You may be interested in subscribing to our free e-mail series on identity theft prevention.

Privacy Crisis Banking provides financial privacy principles and banking privacy resources for the business manager or individual who wants to practice bank secrecy and keep money and investment affairs private.

Grant Hall

www.PrivacyCrisis.com/blog

Can you Live Under the Radar in a Police State?

Wondering why you have to provide finger prints and have your name run through a bad boy/bad girl database just to open a simple checking account down at the local bank? It’s just a thumb print and the data base that you’re checked against is just to make sure you’ve never defrauded a bank. Not such a big deal. Or is it?

How about screening the bank for a change? Have they received government bail out money that will further devalue your purchasing power? Ask their manager to explain the Federal Reserve Sytem to you. I’ll bet he/she can’t. In fact, I’m betting when you question one simple banking policy, the manager will excuse himself and run from your questions, and turn your business down based on you’re being a time-consuming question box and possibly a troublemaker.

The masses are asses and have no idea how the world really works. They resemble the proverbial frog placed in a pot and left to be boiled alive as the temperature slowly rises until finally the frog dies from the heat. Are you a frog in the water? Do you understand the absurdity of being “required” to provide finger prints to a private company in order to store your money with them? Are you capable of critical thinking and do you understand the risks of banking in a police state where your entire net worth can be assessed with the stroke of a few keys by those with the keys to certain databanks?

Ever hear of NORFED, the company that was raided and shut down by government as they allowed an option to the losses of purchasing power through an asset-backed sytem of barter?

Countless companies and individuals have lost everything simply because their assets were an open book to those with the power to access the information and the force to confiscate these assets. Culprits could include identity thieves, sue-happy lawyers, stalkers, disgruntled ex-husbands and wives, ex-employees, various agencies, and others.

Privacy is a big deal to those of us who value our freedom. Many problems could have been avoided if a personal privacy and financial privacy plan had been in place. Perhaps you understand the need for peronal privacy and/or banking secrecy, but have no idea about how to obtain either. We offer Free privacy information courses by email to subscribers. You may be interested in listening to some of Grant Hall’s radio interviews as he discusses personal privacy, banking secrecy, financial privacy, how to avoid identity theft, how to stop stalking and more.

Perhaps you are interested in learning to live an anonymous lifestyle. We recommend Hall’s first book, Privacy Crisis. It is available for purchase and immediate download. You can be reading this e-book within minutes once you pay for it online. His New Book, Privacy Crisis Banking, provides infomation and resources on all aspects of business and personal financial privacy and contains information that has never before been offered in print. Use the same methods and resources modern privacy pros use to shield their business from the outside world.

Book Review:

As more money is poured into banks, more security becomes vital. Privacy Crisis Banking: Bank Secrecy Plan & Resource Guide to Protect Identity, Money, and Property discusses the importance of security and privacy when managing one’s personal finances and accounts, how to prevent identity theft, and other concerns keep in mind for when banks go wrong. Privacy Crisis Banking is a choice pick for anyone worried about their personal finances. –Midwest Book Review

Always keep everything legal. It is never necessary to break laws for privacy purposes and doing so would defeat the purpose of establishing an anonymous lifestyle.

Thanks. Enjoy the courses and privacy books.

James Clark King, LLC

Publisher

Stop Identity Theft; Articles and Consumer Privacy Resources

How can you and your family accomplish identity protection, prevent identity theft and avoid becoming an identity theft fraud crime statistic? Based on my experience, it is imperative to live privately in order to avoid identity theft. This requires information, study, and planning. Can an idenity theft prevention plan be successfully implemented to stop the efforts of an identity theft plan by a fraud criminal or a gang of such fraudsters? Yes.

Do you need to provide privacy invasive personal and business information to an identity theft insurance company and pay premiums to such an outfit in order to prevent identity theft? No. Here is an article that I wrote on this subject that may be of interest to you:

http://www.privacycrisis.com/article_prevent_id_theft_without_insurance.html

How can you live while protecting privacy? Can you depend on an insurance company to help you protect identity? In my experienced opinion, you cannot depend on an identity theft insurance company to help you avoid identity theft. This article may be of interest:

http://www.privacycrisis.com/lifelock_fraud.html

We strive to provide identity theft articles and information to the public for the purpose of preventing all types of identity theft: medical identity theft, business identity theft, personal identity theft, and bank identity theft. Our Free, seven part, identity theft prevention course is offered by e-mail. Sign up at:

http://www.privacycrisis.com/idtheft.html

As medical identity theft is the new identity theft fraud crime of choice for many identity thieves, this article may be of value, and keep you from becoming an identity theft victim:

http://www.privacycrisis.com/private_patient_2.html

My first book is offered as an e-book and is available for immediate download. You can be reading Privacy Crisis: Identity Theft Prevention Plan and Guide to Anonymous Living within five minutes from Now. Buy the book at:

http://www.privacycrisis.com/ebook.html

Consumer privacy has many facets and there are substantial overlapping effects. One aspect of privacy that is of paramount importance to protecting privacy and preventing identity theft is financial privacy. Keep money and assets invisible and you will not be a worthwhile target for an identity thief. My new book, Privacy Crisis Banking will provide banking privacy principles and resources. Buy the book at:

http://www.privacycrisis.com/ebook.html

Thanks for reading.

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www.PrivacyCrisis.com/blog

Grant Hall

 

Is protecting privacy expensive?

 Is protecting privacy expensive?
Generally, individuals and businesses can afford the tools and services it takes to support a high level privacy program. Everyone reading this article can afford how-to books that teach one how to travel, bank, work, live anonymously.
Setting up  a privacy program can take some effort and may require extra money to be allocated toward home privacy and business privacy.
Consider how much it may cost if you or your business fail to avoid identity theft. You can prevent identity theft with a reasonable personal and business privacy program.  Here are key privacy points:
1. Bank Anonymously. Keep identifiers out of databanks that may make your assets surface when criminals search for your money and property.
2. Keep homes and automobiles private. Trusts can help you drive anonymously.
3. Register businesses utilizing the trust manager principle.
See the books.
GrantHall, author of the New book, Privacy Crisis Banking: Bank Secrecy
Plan & Resource Guide to Protect Identity, Money, and Property
returns
to the airwaves as the guest of radio talk show host, the Radio Avenger, Rick
Adams at www.RepublicBroadcasting.org.
The program airs on December 19, 2011 at 9 p.m., Central Standard Time. The host
may accept calls from listeners and the call in number is 800-313-9443.
You may be interested in reading Author, Grant Hall’s books.
What do the experts say about Grant  Hall’s Privacy Crisis Series of books?
“Beat the bankers at their own game with the ultimate bank secrecy account”
Privacy Expert, Jack Dunning on Grant Hall’s most private bank account, the Ultimate
Bank Secrecy Account as explained in Privacy Crisis Banking. Subscribe to
Jack’s blog: www.nastyjackbuzz.blogspot.com
“Privacy Crisis is the most valuable identity theft and privacy book -Ever”
Mr. Elliot, President, 24-7 Private Vaults on Grant Hall’s book, Privacy Crisis: Identity Theft
Prevention Plan and Guide to Anonymous Living.
See Mr. Elliot’s website at: http://24-7privatevaults.com/ You can bank, cash checks, open a safe deposit box without a
Social Security number and keep property and home free from a privacy invasion.
Keep family Safe, prevent account seizures.
Privacy Crisis Banking is available at
online stores and in bookstores everywhere.
Thanks.
Enjoy Grant Hall’s interview with Rick Adams on 9-19-11 at www.RepublicBroadcasting.org and
the books.
Grant Hall, Author, Privacy Crisis and Privacy Crisis Banking
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Home privacy can prevent identity theft

Protecting privacy, especially home privacy is paramount as you take the steps necessary to prevent identity theft. How can one avoid identity theft by keeping their home address under the radar?

Keeping your name and family members’ names disassociated with your house or apartment goes a long way toward protecting privacy and will stop identity theft when certain key principles are in place. Some of these important measures for personal privacy protection include:

1. Register the owned home anonymously without names of occupants on county records.

2. Utilize financial privacy concepts when money is borrowed. Create an “invisible mortgage,” to prevent lenders and others who might see privacy-invasive credit bureau reports from knowing where you live. Borrowing money privately for the purpose of buying  a home keeps those who see credit bureau files from finding your home address.

3. Utilize an offshore mailing address for receipt of personal mail. Prevent business identity theft by receiving mail at a designated mailing address away from the office and home.

Some of the answers to questions relating to home privacy and preventing identity theft may be found through our Free e-mail privacy courses at:

http://www.privacycrisis.com/infoseries_index.html

Other articles pertaining to personal and business privacy that may be helpful include these selected posts:

http://www.privacycrisis.com/right_to_privacy_driving.html

http://www.privacycrisis.com/nevada_limited_partnership.html

You may be interested in our Privacy Crisis books. Read about the New Book, Privacy Crisis Banking:

http://www.privacycrisis.com/privacy-crisis-banking.html

http://www.privacycrisis.com/orders_index.html

Here’s what independent reviewers wrote about Privacy Crisis Banking, Grant Hall’s latest book in the Privacy Crisis Series.

This
review is from: Privacy Crisis Banking: Bank Secrecy Plan & Resource
Guide to Protect Identity, Money, and Property (Hardcover)

Privacy
Crisis Banking offers extraordinary revelations that make it worth every penny
of the cover price. Example: Do you know the Federal Reserve is an independent
private corporation and not part of our federal government? More importantly, do
you know how this independent agency has; and will continue to, negatively
affect you and your personal wealth? The philosophical nuances make this a
highly enlightening read. Better yet, there are many highly detailed, real life
examples of exactly how to create an invisible mortgage; how to open and manage
a completely private bank account for personal or business use; and how and
where to store large amounts of cash or financial instruments in a secret
untraceable storage vault opened without the use of your social security number.

Read the rest of this review, more reviews, buy the book a

http://www.amazon.com/Privacy-Crisis-Banking-Resource-Identity/dp/0978657330/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1322868070&sr=8-1

What about financial privacy? Is there a relationship between home privacy, financial privacy, and banking secrecy? Yes.

Keeping one’s home address a secret enables one to obtain banking privacy and financial privacy. Identity thieves, crooks, private investigators, and others who have no business peeking into your financial affairs will be stumped when your name doesn’t surface during a search for your residence, and when their attempts to locate assets under your name proves futile because your money and property is held in front entities, not your true name, and you will not be subjected to property or money confiscation attempt. And you can forget about the threat of garnishments when you practice home privacy and banking secrecy principles such as the invisible home mortgage and the Ultimate Bank Secrecy Account. Both are explained in Privacy Crisis Banking.

For information on how to travel, work, and live anonymously, you may want to read Privacy Crisis: Identity Theft Prevention Plan and Guide to Anonymous Living. Buy the e-book at:

www.PrivacyCrisis.com

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Grant Hall’s New book, Privacy Crisis Banking empowers freedom seekers with the same
information and resources the pros use to bank without a Social Security
number, borrow money in total secrecy to create an “invisible mortgage,” and
register businesses anonymously.

“Beat the bankers at their own game with the
Ultimate Bank Secrecy Account.”

Privacy expert, Jack Dunning, writing about Privacy Crisis Banking.  Read and subscribe to Jack Dunning’s blog at:

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Avoid a home privacy invasion, keep loved ones safe,
prevent garnishments, and money and property confiscations. Privacy Crisis Banking: Bank Secrecy Plan to
Protect Identity, Money, and Property
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