Can bank secrecy be achieved in the current U.S.A. banking system as certain bank tellers sneer behind plate glass windows demanding thumb prints of account holders and government-owned banks discourage privacy and watch citizens’ and business account holders transactions? Pershps.
ULTIMATE BANKING SECRECY ACCOUNT FOR FINANCIAL PRIVACY
The Ultimate Banking Secrecy Account provides the business man or lady or personal account holder with anonymous banking in the face of the greatest privacy-invasive government in the history of the world. It is an account that is legal entirely and misunderstood by privacy seekers and privacy experts.
The principles of this secret account include the substitution of identifiers to empower the account holder to obtain security and privacy. The bank account holder’s name and personal tax identifiers will not surface in the event of an asset search.
MANAGEMENT OF THE ACCOUNT
The account is held at a financial institution with customer service and management who work with the customer to establish bank secrecy. Normally, the acccount is managed entirely online without making personal appearances at a brick and motar bank. And paper trails are elimited entirely as checks are not a part of the program and account statments are not generated. Such an account is most feasible in the U.S.A.
The account is as secure as any foreign bank account offered in the traditional banking havens of the 1970’s and before. Sadly, many of these former bank secrecy jurisdictions have disappeared as they gave up their account holders secrecy when pressured to do so by Big Bureaucrat.
The account as described herein requires the coordination of management and the account holder working jointly to establish a working relationship whereas the bank obtains necessary personal information and the account holder keeps his/her most private information (Social Security number and Employer Identification number) off of the account. Certain account holders have used a privately registered company name (Limited Liability Company) to hold the account while only the financial institution has their personal and business information.