Once you’ve managed to escape your abusive husband through the establishment of a home privacy program as outlined in chapter’s 6: The Mobile Lifestyle: Living Secretly, Chapter 7: The Anonymous Resident, Chapter 8: Private Home Ownership, Chapter 9: Storage – all found in the Home Section of e-book, Privacy Crisis: Identity Theft Prevention Plan and Guide to Anonymous Living, it’s time to focus on financial privacy.
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Your abusive husband’s stalking behavior instincts tell him that two components of your life will lead him to you: your home and your money.
Your banking secrecy plan can be establishedwhen you establish a trust checking account in a name other than your own with it’s own dedicated Employer Identification Number. Keep your name off of the statements so that no one excepting the bank personnel know who is the signer and trustee of the trust bank account. An anonymous safe deposit box as described in the book may be invaluable for your stalking victim escape plan.
Keeping all of your financial privacy affairs private will be key to avoiding his future stalking behavior and eliminating your role as a stalking victim. Money privacy is key to stalking victims’ success in escaping their abusive ex’s sometimes dangerous behavior.
You will be have success when you eliminate your name from all banking activities and utilize a trust to hold personal money-you can deposit payments made payable to the trust or to yourself as signer and trustee. And a credit card privacy program should be established, too.
Discontinue using credit cards except for large ticket items. “Freeze” credit bureau files. Utilize the services of an offshore address to create the illusion of being out of the country to confuse your ex-husband or other stalker who won’t let go.
When you have investment funds, use the Trust Manager Principle to privately register a Nevada Limited Partnership as described in the book.