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

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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

The following was reproduced from a promotional piece:

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,
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Painful Privacy Crisis Memories

Some years ago, my world was turned upside down during a long, four year ordeal during which I learned how to live under the radar in order to escape “stalkers” who sought me for unjust reasons. This piece will highlight certain memories of that difficult and memorable learning experience.

Pressure is like a double edged sword: some is necessary to stimulate the mind while too much makes the bearer of extreme stress question his purpose. Imagine the loneliness of an isolated life, absent close relationships, and being forced into self reliance and survival mode while being hunted by human animals with unlimited resources.

In the beginning, I hated this stretch of time as I was forced to learn skills and live  roles I’d never envisioned myself playing. Aside from the content of my new life being so foreign to my previous life experiences, the obvious nagging question haunted me. Why?

Once the period of denial of my circumstances passed, life became fun again, and I learned to appreciate what became truly important: living in the moment, being grateful for good health and pleasant surroundings.  My adjustment process continued and my focus centered around programming my thought processes toward turning this negative that had initially devastated me into a life-changing positive happening. Once I accepted my plight, it became my goal to succeed-to defeat my enemies. My animal instincts kicked in.  I was positive I could win as I planned and meditated.

My name became a different name. My private automobile registration made me unidentifiable to all who ran my plates-law enforcement included. Rental properties were temporary homes lasting for a few weeks to a few months. Work was concealed as my newly formed company served as my front entity to shield my identity from the world and my enemies. Money was safeguarded through more company names registered anonymously to keep the predators at bay.

I found no answers to the hard questions. I consulted, experimented, learned, and succeeded in remaining “invisible” as I developed skills and principles enabling me to travel, bank, work, and live anonymoulsy.  During this period of my lifetime, all relationships were severed. No one was spared the ax. Winning is everything. At least I thought so at the time. The price tag was indeed high, though necessary.

Learning  how to “disappear” is not the hardest part of living a high-level privacy life. The academics of it all are fairly straight forward, though privacy principles and concepts can be complicated, depending on one’s circumstances. The real challenge to living beneath the radar is the adjustment to life in the unnatural state that saps one’s energy reserves and creates the “intellectual hermit” that one must become in order to live such a low profile life successfully without the liklihood of ever being found.

Privacy at the very highest level is hard work.  My experiences will, I hope, make it possible to shorten the learning curve of gaining successful anonymous living information when the unexpected happens and creates a Privacy Crisis for you.

Grant Hall

Author, Privacy Crisis Banking and Privacy Crisis

 

privacy book explains how to avoid a home privacy invasion with an offshore address

Your success in avoiding a home privacy invasion by all criminals depends on your creating a location illusion, and an offshore address used correctly will empower you and your family to escape privacy invasive data bases.

Does SWAT know where you LIVE?  You and your family may be in danger.

Innocent residents have been killed by police who storm homes without due process. You can protect privacy when you use the principles used by successful privacy experts.

An offshore Address for home privacy is a privacy principle that prevents a home intrusion.  This privacy tactic will create the location illusion of your offshore residency while your actual home address remains hidden to all who rely on data bases to give them your home address location. You can make your offshore address your official address and retain your personal privacy.

You may find our Free e-mail courses on privacy valuable for your personal privacy living success plan.

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

“The Most Valuable Privacy Book-EVER”

Mr. Elliot, world renowned privacy expert on Grant Hall’s book, Privacy Crisis.

Grant Hall’s best-selling e-book, Privacy Crisis provides home privacy tactics.

Refer to these useful chapters to guarantee the safety of your family:

Chapter 6: The Mobile Lifestyle: Living in Secrecy

This method of home privacy may be the most secure form of privacy living.

Chapter 7: The Anonymous Resident

Rent a home anonymously. Learn how privacy experts have created a location illustion through the use of privacy living principles as outlined in this valuable personal privacy living chapter.

Chapter 8: Private Home Ownership

Discover the entity of choice for holding property anonymously. Use concepts never before revealed. Hall’s own home is owned through principles outlined in this chapter.

You can begin to make your home safe within Five Minutes from now.

Privacy Crisis is available for purchase and immediate download.

James Clark King, LLC

Publisher

Grant Hall

Author

 

 

offshore address key to home privacy crisis solution

Home privacy is essential to avoid an unwanted personal privacy invasion, and an offshore addresss is key to assisting you and your family create a location illusion.

You may want to use of an offshore address for personal privacy purposes and this address could prevent an unwanted, even fatal event such as occurred to a Utah man when police stormed his home.

This column does not condone smoking pot as the man was doing in his home, and we encourage all to follow the laws in their particular jurisdiction. The purpose of my writing on the use of an offshore address for home privacy purposes is to provide law abiding citizens-not criminals, with a personal privacy principle that will enable them to avoid unwanted dangers and harm from all who may want to invade a private home.

As the war on drugs continues, law enforcement sometimes shoots first and asks questions later, as one war veteran was killed in his home, and police admit he did not break any laws.

Innocent citizens have been gunned down in their homes as described in the above link to the article. Is it not prudent for you, the law abiding family or individual to “escape” from the enforcers of the current police state by utilizing an offshore address for home privacy?

IF you choose to use an offshore address, you’ll need to actually receive your mail there and make certain those who keep tabs on your home address record this address as the offshore mailing address.

We offer a free personal privacy e-mail course that may be of interest to those who choose to exercise their right to privacy while preserving their home privacy to ensure against unwanted intrusions, and harm from all criminals.

Our best-selling identity theft book provides personal privacy tactics that empower you to keep your home safe from intruders and several options are available in this e-book that can be purchased and downloaded within five minutes from now.

Part III of Privacy Crisis contains four chapters on home privacy:

Chapter 6: The Mobile Lifestyle: Living in Secrecy

Some people choose to live anonymously while being mobile and they are able to move quickly should the need arise. This may be the most secure method of home privacy.

Chapter 7: The Anonymous Resident

It’s possible to rent or own your home in total secrecy. Learn how to protect identity as you live privatley-whether you rent or own your residence. A valuable resource for those who are bothered by a dangerous stalker and who need to learn how to disappear completely and never be found.

Chapter 8: Private Home Ownership

When you believe it’s time to buy a house, this chapter provides information on how to use a front entity to conceal your name form privacy invasive databases. Fatal or harmful home invasions by all criminals are avoided when your name does not surface through databank searches. Learn how to be invisible as you live anonymously and privately.

Chapter 9: Storage

Your offsite storage facility can be used for storing emergency items. How can you keep the storage locker anonymous and free from seizures? This chapter of the e-book explains all the details you’ll need as you adopt a privacy lifestyle.

Grant Hall

home privacy key to harassment stalking crime prevention

Stalking victims who have read our Free e-mail information series and my privacy book and privacy articles find solutions to the harassment stalking crime by adhering to strict personal privacy living and home privacy guidelines.

The stalking victim who is threatened by phone stalking will be able to break the connection from herself and prevent further stalking harassment by using an unlisted, cell telephone only while making certain to not include any name or other personal and confidential information when buying and registering the telephone. Phone stalking is quite a common method of harassment stalking and can easily be avoided when cell phones are purchased for cash and loaded anonymously while buying pay as you go cards for cash. And telephone harassment stalking will cease once there is no link from your phone number to you. In order to assure home privacy, this measure is a necessary stalking crime prevention measure and should be a priority for stalking victims.

The stalking victim can learn how to disappear completely and never be found when a dangerous stalker is posing threats to the stalked, and a very secure form of home privacy can be accomplished rather quickly. An article on the subject of home privacy for stalking vicitms appears Here.

One can regain their personal privacy and stop stalking through a variety of consumer privacy methods that are explained in various article written on the website and blog, and these are: www.PrivacyCrisis.com and www.PrivacyCrisis.com/blog.

Remember to take the crime of stalking seriously as a large percentage of stalking victims are injured by their dangerous stalkers.

Grant Hall

Author, Privacy Crisis: Identity Theft Prevention Plan and Guide to Anonymous Living

“The Most Valuable Privacy Book-EVER”

Mr. Elliot, World Reowned Privacy Expert, President, 24-7 Private Vaults, Las Vegas, Nevada

privacy crisis protection articles

Protecting privacy is crucial today as privacy invasions abound. This article will provide access to privacy crisis resources. Articles, posts, our best-selling privacy book and other resources may be found through the use of this privacy protection article.

Travel Privacy during the Privacy Crisis.

Remaining anonymous as you drive prevents identity theft and empowers the driver to retain his/her travel privacy.

Preventing Identity Theft without Identity Theft Insurance

How can you protect identity without the privacy-invasive underwriting application and data privacy invasion that comes with traditional identity theft insurance? Identity theft “self insurance” through the use of high level privacy living tactics as explained in our best-selling e-book, Privacy Crisis: Identity Theft Prevention Plan and Guide to Anonymous Living has worked for many privacy advocats. And once a privay living plan is in place, the money required for identity theft insurance premiums is saved. The concept of identity theft insurance is a controversial subject and certain identity theft insurance companies have been charged with fraudulant practices. Do you really want to give your Social Security number and home address to identity theft insurance company representatives?

How can you protect identity? You can protect yourself from identity theft when you understand how to implement personal privacy principles and methods into your lifestyle.

What about medical identity theft? It is the fastest growing segment of the identity theft crime industry. You can protect yourself from the horrible crime of medical identity theft when you are careful to protect identity during your medical treatment with medical providers.

Free e-mail information courses on all aspects of privacy living are available to readers.

Grant Hall

protecting home privacy

Police coming into homes unannounced and without search warrants is evidence that government is out of control. Protecting home privacy is the proverbial line in the sand for without it, no barriers between you and potential enemies exist.

Avoiding privacy invasive data bases for home privacy

Renters and owners alike will be found in data banks unless home privacy tactics are utilized to prevent home intrusions as you travel and live anonymously in your permanent residence. The principles are the same; data bases containing your personal and confidential information must be avoided to live under the radar.

About home mortgages

Debt on homes is monitored through the credit bureas and your home address will be evident to thosse who trade your home mortage. It’s hard to say how many will actually have access to where you live when you borrow to finance a home as most Americans do through the traditional means of buying a home.

Borrow money for a home using property under your contro to collateralize the debt to avoid a home privacy invasion.

Property used for collateral by borrowers with the objective of establishing an invisible home mortgage may include a margin stock account, rental real estate property, or other property deemed suitable for collateral by a lender. A combination of asset classes may be collateralized as well.

Look for more information on the Invisible Home Mortage in my new book, Privacy Crisis Banking.

You can follow my writings at: www.PrivacyCrisis.com/blog

Free e-mail information courses are available at:

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

Grant Hall

guest article by Jason Odom, author of Vanabode

I’m proud to post an article written by Jason Odom, author of a very fine book, Vanabode: Happily Camp, Travel and Live Forever on $20 a Day. Visit his site at:

http://www.vanabode.com/

They sell the valuable book, Vanabode: Happily Camp, Travel and Live Forever on $20 a Day by Jason Odom.

Buy Vanabode Here.

Here is Jason’s Article:

There was a time when Vanaboding meant only traveling and living super cheap, having big fun on a small budget. However, due to the last ten years of economic disasters and an overwhelming increase in government intrusion into our personal lives, many folks Vanabode to escape stalkers, be free of government intrusion, and regain the freedom our forefathers paid heavily to give us. 

Simply follow the instructions given in Grant Halls book Privacy Crisis when titling and registering your Vanabode. Then simply drive away; and nearly instantly, become invisible. You can now travel freely and live anywhere in America without putting your name on a lease, contract, rental agreement, hotel reservation form, airline ticket, or mortgage document. You can travel everywhere and live anywhere you choose from big exciting cities like San Francisco and Las Vegas to incredible national parks like Yellowstone and Zion without disclosing your identity to anyone.

There are many reasons why folks just want to be left alone. Now using the strategies outlined in these ground breaking “life plans” anyone can affordably regain the freedom they deserve. It is important to note however, that legislation is changing fast as government agencies struggle to rein in our freedoms. The sooner you put these strategies in to place the better, so that anything you set up now is grandfathered in, protected, and secure.

There is no such thing as overkill when it comes to protecting your assets, your family, your identity, your life, your freedom. They are all you have! As you can see in the daily news they can be taken, seized, and stolen in a heartbeat by any number of adversaries if you do not plan properly.

You can sell Vanabode, Jason Odom’s best-selling book as an affiliate. Check out his affiliate information here:

http://www.vanabode.com/travel-affiliate.htm

THANKS Jason for your valuable contribution to this blog and for your work on freedom and privacy.

Grant Hall

www.PrivacyCrisis.com

www.PrivacyCrisis.com/blog

personal privacy crisis living tools and terms

Your rights to personal privacy and financial privacy are compromised when you follow the masses who like sheep succumb to their masters’ whims. Is it not your responsibility to provide freedom to yourself and your family? Privacy is a key component of a free lifestyle.

 These terms and principles are taken from the glossary of my best-selling e-book, Privacy Crisis: Identity Theft Prevention Plan and Anonymous Living:

Administrative Trustee: A person designated on Trust documents to perform limited and specific duties as a Trustee.

Author’s note: The Administrative Trustee Concept has been used to register an entity anonymously and keep the control of a URL confidential. Review chapter 21, Business Entities.

Nevada Limited Partnership: A business entity registered with the Nevada Secretary of State. A General Partner controls the partnership and has unlimited liability. Limited Partner(s) have limited liability and have little or no control of the partnership.

Author’s note: The Nevada Limited Partnership has been recommended for holding liquid assets. This entity can be registered anonymously through the use of the Administrative Trustee Concept.

Always obtain proper legal and other professional advice for your particular business needs.

This column provides privacy information only and is not meant to replace or substitute for legal, accounting, or tax advice.

Bank Secrecy and Financial Privacy are the most sought after privacy principles. How does one obtain bulletproof financial privacy and banking privacy or banking secrecy today? You may want to begin your research by reading one of my first essays on the subject that was published during 2010 on a well known website. The Money Privacy Crisis was popular among those interested in financial privacy and inspired me to write my new book, Privacy Crisis Banking that will soon be available.

You may be interested in our Free privacy e-mail courses.

THANKS.

Grant Hall

California personal privacy crisis; communism in the U.S.A.

The small, sixty-something man limps as he walks toward the service counter. He’s the manager and possibly the owner of the mail center. They’re under contract with the U.S. Postal Service, provide mailing services for extra fees, and serve as agents for private shipping companies. And they sell money orders. Today, I want to pay a fifteen hundred dollar bill. He claims he needs a copy of my I.D. and can only sell money orders totaling one thousand dollars. I say no. I explain personal privacy and how money orders provide for financial privacy for paying bills. He sneers. He doesn’t want to debate it. After I explain my posititon, he refuses service. Now, he doesn’t want to sell me a money order for any amount. I remain firm on my position of personal privacy and leave.

A supermarket provides what I need without questions. The polite lady offers me the use of her pen. Californians often exhibit very good manners.

We’re traveling in California and want to spend time in locations as short term residents. Nearly everyone wants identification and a few want to run credit reports. Several claim criminal investigations will be done. We do not allow nonsense in our lives. Discussions about locked up credit reports and other privacy protection measures are brought up. Few “managers” see my freedom point of view. Many seem brain washed and think it perfectly okay for private industry and government to merge their data banks to watch you. Do you feel free California? Or are you past the point of rational reasoning? I suspect most fit into the latter category.

We are ready to head back to familiar territory and stop at a large supermarket to grab supplies. A police car sits near the entrance. Cameras watch our every move as we drive through the parking lot and I choose a spot some distance from the store. A security guard rolls by and gawks at us. Once inside, we pay with cash. The clerk seems surprised, places the bill toward the light for inspection and nods. It will be good to get home.

You may be interested in our Free information e-mail courses.

My best-selling e-book, Privacy Crisis is available for sale and immedicate download.

You can learn to travel, bank, work, and live anonymously in the U.S.A. or anywhere in the world today.

Grant Hall