You can have bank secrecy and regain financial privacy

Wondering how to keep your liquid assets under the radar in a world where governments, corporations, and nearly everyone whom you do business with thinks they have a right to your personal and confidential money matters? How can banking secrecy be achieved? Is financial privacy a thing of the past? Perhaps it is time to give up, let the fascists, snoops, and identity thieves win, and accept what an estimated nine out of ten people already believe: letting certain businesses and government agencies have the capability of tracking and tracing one’s money is unavoidable. What a crock! Do not believe it. You can have as much financial privacy as you desire when you learn what you’re doing.

Primary financial privacy and banking secreecy considerations:

If you want to avoid the pitfalls of the masses, you’ll have to stop behaving as they do.

Here are some ideas that will ensure you won’t have your cash grabbed when someone or a company says you owe them money:

1. Avoid checks as a payment method for routine bills. Instead, withdraw the cash, purchase money orders and pay your bills anonymously. This is an automatic safeguard for seasoned privacy advocates.

2. Use a trust to hold a non interest bearing checking account for non investment funds. Use the trust’s EIN, not your SSN on the account as explained in Privacy Crisis. You as trustee can deposit checks made payable to the trust or to you individually.

3. Cash is the most private way to make purchases. Buy gas, groceries, supplies with currency.  Large purchases can also be made with cash.

As for the ultimate in banking secrecy, the Ultimate Bank Secrecy Account provides an opportunity to avoid the most costly of privacy invasions: identity theft, garnishments, liens, and bank fraud. Look for more on this advanced privacy principle later.


protect financial privacy with an invisible home mortgage

Worried about your financial privacy being compromised as you borrow money to buy a home? You should be. Borrowing money without bank secrecy and financial privacy is a sure way to having undesirable eyes peek at your credit report or other confidential personal information which will provide a clear path to your door by someone who you may not want paying you a visit. In Privacy Crisis Banking, my new book, I explain how it is possible to borrow money privately for a home purchase. Indeed, I’ve done that myself. Here is an excerpt from the book:

“I borrowed an amount equal to 100 percent of the value of a property I expected to buy. Of course, I documented the loan from the entity to me personally through the proper meeting, and internal company paperwork was properly completed, as well. The funds were deposited into a bank account held by a trust of which I am the signer, and I am a trustee of the trust holding the bank account.

I negotiated an interest rate of 4% for the life of the loan with a major financial institution. The source of funds was a single, non-secured credit line. I owed the entity for the money loaned to me and advised the institution providing the personal, non-secured loan to pay the entity directly and in full for the amount of my debt. A check was issued, as per my instruction.

Money borrowed from the entity holdings remained in the trust checking account, and I used this money to buy a home for cash.

An invisible home mortgage was created.”

This is the method I and others have used to fund home purchases when privacy is a top priority. Always make certain to have a payment plan in place when money is borrowed. Make sure to follow the provisions and guide lines of your loan agreements with banks and other financial instituions.

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My e-book, Privacy Crisis: Identity Theft Prevention Plan and Guide to Anonymous Living provides information on how to travel, bank, work, and live anonymously in the U.S.A. or anywhere in the world. I and others use all principles and concepts in the book. The book is available for purchase and immediate download. You can be solving your personal privacy crisis in just minutes from NOW!

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Keys to protecting privacy

Here are some of my most important privacy protection principles and the chapters where these key privacy living principles are found in my best-selling e-book, Privacy Crisis.

Financial privacy is essential for freedom. Who has any business tracking and tracing your money and property?


Make money and assets invisible. Open a U.S. safe deposit box without identification or a tax payer identification number or Social Security number. See chapters 15, 17, 18.


Prevent wage garnishments, beat government and private databases. See chapter 22.


Lock out identity thieves. Prevent medical identity theft-the fastest growing i.d. theft crime in the world. Prevent unwanted intrusions. Hide your home address-no matter whether you rent or own your home. See chapters 6-8, 19


Prevent government phone taps and e-mail monitoring…stop hackers. See chapters 13, 14.


No returning to the DMV for 50 years. See chapter 4

All of this and more in my best-selling e-book, Privacy Crisis.

Look for my new book, Privacy Crisis Banking. Coming soon.

Grant Hall

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protecting financial privacy: Ulitmate Bank Secrecy Account

Financial privacy can be achieved in the U.S.A. or anywhere in the world when you understand what it takes to conceal your money and property, and implement the bank secrecy methods and private registration techniques necessary to accomplish your business and personal privacy goals. One such method of banking secrecy is the use of the Ultimate Bank Secrecy Account. It is a bank secrecy account that has been used by myself and others. It is not generally understood how to obtain such an account. Personal communication skills and key resources matter greatly as one obtains bank secrecy today.

Here is an excerpt from my upcoming book, Privacy Crisis Banking  that explains this type of account. The excerpt is in quotation marks.


Jay and Marge manage a privately registered Nevada Limited Liability Company, which holds websites used to market proprietary products and sell products developed by others as affiliates.

The manager cashes checks received from the business operations at various U.S. based check cashing stores.

A business account was needed to receive online payments for those companies that do not issue paper checks , as well as for holding business receipts until excess cash could be withdrawn for capital expenditures or investment purposes. This account was to be used as a current account only. The company managers use third-party credit card processors only and have no immediate plans to secure their own merchant account.

Management at a check cashing store referenced in this book agreed to open the prepaid debit card bank account in the name of a business name, while using company registration numbers and identity document numbers in lieu of Social Security numbers or employer identification numbers.

The company name is a name that could also be used as a person’s name and is registered as an LLC with an anonymous manger (trust manager principle).

Management at the check cashing store where the prepaid debit card was purchased required the managers’ names, addresses, phone numbers, and copies of U.S. passports, and these records were retained by the store. The bank account was opened with the company name only, and substitute SSN’s and EIN’s were used for privacy and security of the account , as per the customers’ requests.

 This account is used for cash deposits, cash withdrawals at many ATMs, and receiving online payments from third-party credit card processors, and the account is managed entirely online. A bank routing number and an account number is provided for this account. The only banking features not included are the ability to write checks and to receive and send wire transfers. For bank secrecy, neither of these services are recommended, and this management used MoneyGram and Western Union for wire transfers and paid bills with money orders, prepaid debit cards, or cash.

This Ultimate Bank Secrecy Account is as secure as any current account ever offered by Swiss banks at any time in recent history, based on my experience with Swiss banks.

Bank secrecy has been obtained through the use of a financial institution-a check cashing store-which has a bank sponsor that provided the customers with the banking resources of this sponsor bank. This is an ideal business banking privacy plan for U.S. based businesses.”

Look for my new book, Privacy Crisis Banking soon.

Grant Hall