An offshore address can be noted in the comments section of your credit bureau files report to alert all who see it that you now reside offshore, and such a high-level, home privacy, and financial privacy tactic will go a long way in preserving your credit card privacy. Next, you may “freeze” your credit bureau files so that only those who do business with you or whomever you allow access to your credit files knows your address.
Banking privacy and credit card privacy are important privacy living components of your personal privacy plan, and you have a right to financial privacy, and your risks of a privacy invasion will be minimized once you utilize an offshore address as your offical address. Such a privacy measure will be extremely helpful as you prevent anyone from invading your consumer prvacy.
If you’re bothered by a stalker, you can stop the stalking through the use of an offshore address designed to ensure your home privacy as well as your banking privacy. Phone stalking and other forms of harassment stalking will not occur when your home address is believed to be out of the country. In fact, any stalking crime or financial privacy invasion will not occur when your home address, telephone, credit card account records, and other bank records lead to an address in another country.
A Trust bank account held in a name without any association to your true name can be a good financial privacy idea. Simply open a trust checking account, obtain a separate Employer Identification Number, and deposit funds payable to either yourself or the trust’s name into the account. Read more about financial privacy and banking secrecy in my best-selling e-book, Privacy Crisis.