How to disappear completely and never be found in data banks.
You can learn how to disappear completely by adopting the same privacy principles and methods high level privacy advocates use in their business and personal privacy living plans. This article will focus on the relationship between financial privacy and banking secrecy as necessary banking privacy tactics to avoid identity theft.
Trust Bank Accunt
Through the formation of a Trust, one can accomplish a degree of bank secrecy and avoid identity theft. Name the trust in a name with no relationship to your true name and use a dedicated Employer Identification number assigned to the trust.
The signer and trustee may deposit checks payable to himself/herself or those payable to the trust.
Make certain to instruct your banker to not include your name as trustee on the statements. This is key as an identity thief who intercepts your mail and finds the trust’s bank statement will have no idea who is behind the account when only the trust’s name is on the account. And you will not be required to register the trust and it’s use as an internal document only increases the effectiveness of your personal privacy living plan.
Your name is necessarily on the account in bank records in order for you to claim the money and do the bidding for the trust as trustee.
Banking privacy comes in a number of privacy levels. Serious banking secrecy will necessarily go beyond the ordinary trust bank account.
High level banking secrecy could include a variety of banking plans. For instance, one high level banking privacy plan is known as the Ultimate Bank Secrecy Account. This level of bank secrecy is, in my opinion, more private than the accounts previously offered by Swiss Banks.
Look for new and never before published information on the ultimate bank secrecy account in my upcoming NEW e-book, Privacy Crisis Banking.
Medical Identity Theft
A worthwhile benefit of financial privacy, bank secrecy, and learning how to disappear is the avoidance of medical identity theft, the most popular form of identity theft these days.
Often medical clerks and facility operators want your most crucial information including your Social Security Number, date of birth, mother’s maiden name, and banking and credit card information. You can prevent medical identity theft through your discretion as you deal with medical providers. Eliminating the inclusion of the SSN on medical records is key to avoiding identity theft.
Learning how to disappear from privacy invasions is key to your avoiding identity theft, and when your key identifers, mainly the Social Security number does not show up in data banks tapped by identity thieves, your chances of being an identity theft victim are lessened. And banking privacy with the trust bank account as a choice or other higher level bank secrecy plan increase your successful avoidance of medical identity theft and all other forms of i.d. theft.