Identity theft prevention principles to protect identity

Preventing identity theft can be accomplished through privacy living principles, and identity theft prevention can be accomplished without identity theft insurance-the oxymoron of the century in my experienced opinion. Protect identity by taking the responsibility to learn how to travel, bank, work, and live anonymously as you live in the U.S.A. or anywhere in the world today.

How to Travel Anonymously and avoid identity theft

Use a trust-owned automobile as described in Privacy Crisis: Identity Theft Prevention Plan and Anonymous Living.

Bank Secrecy and anonymous ownership of property

Both domestic and foreign banks have been used successfully to obtain bank secrecy. It’s complicated, but my most recently completed study promises it can be done successfully. In fact, my new book, Bank Secrecy: Financial Privacy Crisis Plan and Resource Guide will soon be available for purchase. Stay tuned.

Work Anonymously

Avoid identity theft and keep your business your business. Whether you are an employee, subcontractor, or a self-employed business person, you can work beneath the radar. And in fact, your work privacy is one of your most important and most sacred privacy rights. Use the resources and privacy principles available to practice your business, occupation, or profession to whatever degree of privacy you deem necessary under your circumstances.

Home Privacy

Owners of homes can keep their family name out of dangerous databases that identity thieves use to locate you and case your property. Keep these vultures out of your life as your trust-owned home thwarts the efforts of anyone who tries to find you through county registration records. Obtain utilities through a company name or by using the services of a nominee.

Renters can rent anonymously as described in Privacy Crisis.

The most important identity theft prevention principles to prevent id theft are lifestyle privacy living principles that empower the privacy seeker to travel, bank, work, and live anonymously.

Grant Hall