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.
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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.
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