This article provides identity theft prevention measures. Identity protection can be accomplished through the use of consumer privacy principles that enable one to prevent identity theft through an identity theft self insurance plan.
Home privacy is accomplished by renting or living anonymously.
Privacy at home can be accomplished only when the tenant’s residence is not tied to their name in county property databases or credit bureau files.
Why is it necessary for the world to know where you work? It isn’t. Government and others licensed by government want easy access to your home just in case they want to come and see you. Identity thieves often tap into these same databases to target their prey.
For the payment of a database subscription, private investigators, an identity thief, or anyone who has you targeted for a privacy invasion can find you at work unless you use a front entity to receive your payments as described in Privacy Crisis.
Do you want a professional identity thief to be able to identify you as you drive?
A medical identity theft costs $20,000.00 on average. A business identity theft will cost approximately $10,000.00 to fix. Avoid such a privacy invasion and these huge, unnecessary expenses by titling the car in a trust with no ties to you as trustee as described in the book.
I have registered cars this way for years. You can too when you learn how by following the example I have used.
Bank secrecy is doable. Stop listening to the media pundits who want you to believe your financial privacy is a thing of the past. Do not use nominees for banking unless you want to relinquish control of your money to someone else who may not return it to you.
Financial privacy can be accomplished through the use of a trust bank account, a Nevada Limited Partnership account, anonymous safe deposit boxes and other ways. How to hide money is a huge topic and is fully described in my articles and in the book.
By all means, keep control of your money and other property.
Travel, bank, work, and live anonymously through the practice of high-level privacy principles as explained in detail in Privacy Crisis; Identity Theft Prevention Plan and Guide to Anonymous Living by Grant Hall. The e-book is available for purchase and immediate download at www.PrivacyCrisis.com.