financial privacy guidance article with bank secrecy information

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.


Why are nominees a bad idea for banking privacy? Regardless of whatever contract may be made, the person opening the account (nominee) will be able to claim the money. We recommend you follow Hall’s recommendations and handle all of your financial privacy affairs yourself.

The Ultimate  Bank Secrecy Account provides financial privacy by eliminating the ability of searchers to find money through asset searches. It is a legal way of regaining personal financial privacy and establishing a bank secrecy program without the need for two traditional resources typically tied to banking privacy; a nominee for banking purposes and an offshore bank account.


  1. It will present problems when attempting to insure vehicles.
  2. U.S. Residents will need U.S. Government I.D. when opening U.S. bank or stock brokerage accounts.

While there is nothing wrong with a foreign license as a legitimate document, it is not practical while doing business in the U.S.A.

What about offshore Banking? Is offshore banking necessary to accomplish banking privacy?

OFFSHORE BANKING  may be a mistake when banking secrecy is needed

Exceptions may be when individuals or business managers spend a significant amount of time out of the country.

Offshore investing may be a good reason to bank and/or invest offshore, but routine commercial banking services are usually best obtained in one’s own country.

Our e-mail Financial Privacy Course is FREE.

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Hall’s best-selling e-book, PRIVACY CRISIS.


Our best-selling e-book, PRIVACY CRISIS  has 6 chapters on FINANCES.

Chapter 15: Anonymous Banking, Chapter 16: Private Bill Payments, Chapter 17: Private Investments, Chapter 18: Real Estate and Hard Assets, Chapter 19: Credit Bureaus, Chapter 20: Retirement Accounts. Buy the Book and begin planning your financial privacy within FIVE MINUTES from NOW.

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Grant Hall

Author, Privacy Crisis, Series of Books

medical identity theft prevention planning

Medical Identity Theft prevention is your responsibility

Quick fixes seldom provide solutions to a major problem. But that’s exactly what the uninformed try to do as they lean on others to solve personal problems rather than become self reliant, responsible and assertive. And make no mistake about it, identity theft is a personal problem that you need to learn how to solve yourself.

Take Responsibility for your medical identity theft prevention plan through “self insurance” by learning to adopt a high level privacy living lifestyle.

The public is always wrong.

Why have consumers not recognized the need to change their lifestyles and thwart the efforts of identity theft fraudsters? Living privately certainly can prevent identity theft, medical identity theft included, and is a cost effective way of buying “self-insurance” against an identity theft catastrophe.

Personal privacy living will provide the consumer with identity theft prevention measures without the risk and expense of identity theft insurance.

Think privacy.

Think about how much it will cost you if someone abused your personal information. Do you know that if someone has your full name, Social Security number, banking information, medical insurance policy number, home address, home telephone number and certain credit bureau file information, they can become you very quickly?  

We have a Free identity theft e-mail course that may be of interest to you.

Our best-selling e-book, Privacy Crisis: Identity Theft Prevention Plan and Guide to Anonymous Living provides information on how to prevent identity theft through privacy living. You can learn how top level privacy experts avoid identity theft and all privacy invasions. The book is available for purchase and immediate download.

Grant Hall




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.

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Grant Hall

medical identity theft during the privacy crisis

Medical identity theft is the hottest new form of identity theft. This article provides measures on how to avoid the crime of identity theft, and medical identity theft in particular.

Often, the culprit and medical identity theft criminal comes from the most trusted and least suspected sources. Medical identity theft inside jobs occur all too often.

 Medical Identity Theft Inside Jobs

Making an appointment to see a new physician or other medical practitioner can take time and effort, and if you’re ill when you need to see the doctor, you may have a tendency to let your guard down, just a bit, and this could become a costly and hazardous mistake.

Criminals come in all shapes and sizes and usually have an inside track or know someone who does. Crime is an industry and people receive on the job training as they hone their skills and gain a reputation within the industry. For an idea of how crime really works, see the film, Heat written and directed by Michael Mann.

Key to Avoiding medical identity theft is NOT providing your Social Security number

Identity thieves are sophisticated criminals who rely on data banks to supply them with information on their targets. When the patient/identity theft victim’s SSN is known to the thief, he or she can tap into any number of resources that can result in a very expensive identity theft. i These confidential resources are sometimes used by an identity thief when the Social Security number is known : banks, credit card accounts, home and property records, vehicle registration records, business credit lines, credit bureau files, and more.

Clearly, providing your complete personal and business identity information endangers you and your loved ones. Imagine having your group medical insurance policy benefits being stolen by a band of thieves who obtain fraudulent medical treatment while pretending to be you and your family. What would happen if a family member later needed emergency treatment and you were in the middle of trying to resolve the id fraud case as your medical insurance policy was “frozen” pending the outcome of the matter?

For identity theft prevention including the prevention of medical identity theft, keep your most personal and confidential information, mainly your SSN, out of the data bases that criminals-including insiders use to commit the crime of medical identity theft.

Grant Hall

Home Privacy key to stalking harassment worries

Home privacy is a key component of personal privacy. This article provides options for establishing living quarters that will not be accessible to soldiers of the state, aggressive sales people, dangerous stalkers, identity thieves, and other criminals.

Home privacy and a non traditional living style are essential for claiming your right to privacy.

Renting a home

Renters must not allow property managers access to their most personal and confidential infomation lest they show up in data bases. That aggressive ex-dreamboat could become your most dreaded nightmare in the form of a dangerous stalker. If you are being bothered-by anyone, it’s prudent to stop the  stalking through high level privacy living.

Becoming a roommate may be an option and this method has broken the paper trail and solved the stalking problems for many stalking victims in record time.

“Owning” a home

Homes ownership may be the American dream, but public property records can ruin your home privacy unless you’re prepared. You can own the home in the name of the most private of entities; an irrevocable trust and use the trust manager principle to stop stalking.

Mobile Lifestyle

Mobility provides for the privacy seeker to be out of privacy invasive data banks. Generally, utilities are held in third party names when one lives in hotels, motels, extended stay hotels, or in RV parks.

The foundation of the privacy lifestyle is your private home. Make sure you understand the best privacy principles and methods for living anonymously as you seek to live under the radar.

You may be interested in subscribing to our Free eight part information series on home privacy living.

For those who want to learn how I escaped my “stalkers” over the long term, review the home privacy chapters in my e-book, Privacy Crisis: Identity Theft Prevention Plan and Guide to Anonymous Living.

Grant Hall

Grant Hall interview Privacy Crisis Banking Secrecy

Sue Brady interviews Grant Hall, author, Privacy Crisis series of books. Hall’s new book, Privacy Crisis Banking: Bank Secrecy Plan & Resource Guide to Protect Identity, Money, and Property will be available for sale on our website at within a few weeks.

Here’s the interview:

Grant Hall Interview:

Sue: What motivated you to write your new book, Privacy Crisis Banking?

Grant: Over a four year period, we gathered research from website visitors who had a desire to enhance their privacy. The number one category of interest was bank secrecy and financial privacy. Stalking prevention was number two, Identity theft concerns placed third, and general privacy concerns was fourth. Clearly, individuals and businesses want security for their money and property above all other privacy matters.

Sue: I’ve read that traditional banking secrecy havens have rolled over and sold out their high net worth depositors and investors and others as a result of U.S. government pressures and other governments’ interference, too. Are you saying that banking privacy is possible even today in the face of the biggest financial privacy invasion in the history of the world?

Grant: Yes. I banked in traditional banking secrecy jurisdictions during the 1980’s while doing business in Europe. I am well aware of what type of bank secrecy was offered in Switzerland and other countries because I have had first hand experience as a customer. I’d say banking offshore is a mistake today for many.

Sue: How can one bank secretly in the U.S.A.?

Grant: Several options are available for banking in secrecy. Investors and business managers as well as individuals can select from a variety of bank secrecy principles as outlined in the book. For instance, a privately registered Nevada Limited Partnership may serve investors well. Others may want to open a totally secret account I coined, the Ultimate Bank Secrecy Account.

Look for the new book, Privacy Crisis Banking soon.

You may be interested in our FREE Financial Privacy e-mail course.

Our best-selling privacy book, Privacy Crisis: Identity Theft Prevention Plan and Guide to Anonymous Living is available for sale and immediate download. You can be reading Privacy Crisis in just five minutes from NOW! Buy the Book.

Thanks and enjoy the book.

Grant Hall

Do you want to hide assets?

Your right to financial privacy may be compromised when you rely on financial institutions to provide financial privacy on your behalf. In fact, anyone with the money to buy an asset search will be able to locate your assets when you attempt to hide assets without utilizing proven bank secrecy methods and the private registration of entities. This article will focus on one particular entity and one highly effective banking secrecy principle, and these are: the Nevada Limited Liability Company and the Ultimate Bank Secrecy Account.

An example of a privately registered company could be a Nevada Limited Liability Company used to hold an online business that sells retail products to the public worldwide. In order to ensure business privacy, the Trust Manager Principle is recommended as the Manager of the LLC. Once these business privacy principles are used, the human(s) behind the company will retain their personal privacy and be able to avoid the many pitfalls that could occur, and these could include the following: personal and business identity theft, harassment stalking, bank and credit card fraud, Soical Security number fraud, and other crimes. See the business section of Privacy Crisis: Identity Theft Prevention Plan and Guide to Anonymous Living, and refer to Chapter 21, page 273 for the mechanics of making your business invisible.

Bank Secrecy can be accomplished in the U.S.A. when the use of a highly effective banking privacy principle is implemented. The purpose of banking secrecy is to avoid unwanted financial privacy intrusions, prevent identity theft-business or personal, and to make bank account seizures virtually impossible as asset searches will not reveal the owner or controller of the Ultimate Bank Secrecy Account. The aforementioned LLC may use a bank account set up under the LLC’s business name by a manager of the LLC. Substitute identifiers are used in lieu of the normally used business and personal tax identifiers and other crucial data by way of approval of the financial institution’s manager(s). This account is dependent on management’s approval and there are privacy advocates who use this principle to establish bank secrecy in the U.S.A.

Look for my new book, Privacy Crisis Banking that will provide details and resources for bank secrecy and other financial privacy information.

Use competent professionals to assist in your entity formation choices.

Follow all laws in your jurisdiction.

Grant Hall