Hide Assets to stop harassment stalking crimes
Use a trust bank account held in a trust’s name with no relationship to your true name to stop the harassment stalking crime that can become a dangerous event in your life. A stalking crime is a serious problem and to rid yourself of your stalker, you’ll need to learn to hide your assets. This article will focus on banking secrecy and how to break the banking trail from your money to you.
The chances are good that your enemy already knows where you bank. Your bank account number may be known.
Trust Bank Account
A trust checking account held by a trust with you as signer and trustee in a different name than your own will go a long way toward assisting you in losing your stalker. Use an Employer Identification Number obtained specifically for the trust. An SS4 will need to be completed and sent to the Internal Revenue Service to obtain this tax identifier for the trust.
Keep your name off of the account title and bank statements. Use only the trust’s name and a mailing address some distance from where you sleep.
Check Cashing Stores and an Anonymous Safe Deposit box can be used for high level bank secrecy.
Another option for banking privacy is to use check cashing stores for the immediate clearance of your checks. This method combined with the security and privacy of an anonymous safe deposit box assures your freedom from a stalker who tracks and traces you through your banking activities.
Some stalking victims have used the combination of check cashing stores, anonymous safe deposit boxes, and a trust bank account to escape their troublesome stalker.