Stop stalking, end harassment stalking by creating a new identity

This article will provide stalking victims with a quick-start method to end harassment stalking through creating a new identity. A stalking victim can  stop stalking in order to no longer be subjected to the dangers stalking victims face from their criminal stalkers.

Are you being stalked?

Naturally, every stalking victim would like a quick fix to end their stalking problem. Are you being stalked? Think moving around from apartment to apartment will make him stop stalking? I doubt it. Serious measures are sometimes necessary in order to prevent abuse from a persistent ex-husband, ex-boyfriend, or other tormentor.  Besides, he or she will probably go to great lengths to find you-even to the extent of tapping into your credit bureau files or accessing other data bases that contain the addresses of the masses.

How to create a new identity

How to change your identity? How to create a new identity? Simply begin using a new name in order to escape your troublesome, obsessive, criminal stalker for personal privacy purposes. This technique is legal in most western cultures. Still, to be sure, make certain to check the laws in your given jurisdiction.

Home privacy is the single most important component of privacy living

Unless your home is secure, you won’t have a chance of escaping your stalker. If you are being stalked by a persistent stalker, it is imperative that you recognize the seriousness of the problem. Without home privacy, your privacy living plan will be a flop. Take the time to learn how to do it right. Personal privacy living is best accomplished while using a pen name or alternate name to rent your new place. Home privacy can be accomplished by buying a property in the name of a trust while using a new identity for all non-official purposes.

Privacy Crisis; Identity Theft Prevention Plan and Guide to Anonymous Living by Grant Hall contains proven privacy living principles and concepts that enable stalking victims to avoid stalkers or lose a persistent stalker.

Grant Hall