6 ways to protect identity and stop identity theft

How does one stop identity theft and protect identity as the crime of identity fraud continues to lead all fraud crimes? This article provides high-level privacy living principles that have can be practiced to assure you of avoiding identity theft.

1. Live under the Radar while protecting privacy 

Avoid identity theft and protect identity by having a trust own the home. Renters can stop identity theft by keeping property managers out of their credit bureau files. Certain privacy seekers live anonymously by creating a new identity. This tactic breaks the trail from the old you and assures identity theft protection.

2. Anonymous Travel

Cars held in your name provide a clear path to your door in most cases as identity thieves run plates of their targets who become identity theft victims in an attempt to find their name and place of residence. Use a trust-owned car, register it properly, and prevent identity theft as you drive.

3. Bank Secrecy

I know you’ve been told you have to provide your complete personal and confidential information to the part-time clerks who open bank accounts. Join the modern privacy crisis revolution and learn to create a financial privacy plan that will assure identity protection. Your banking privacy is an important foundational block for preventing bank identity theft.

4. Telphone Security

Do you want to protect identity and stop identity theft? If you are serious, do not provide your name, date of birth, and Social Security number to part-time cell telephone sales people. Social Security number fraud is practiced by identity theft criminals who steal these crucial identifiers from any number of data bases. Avoid identity theft by buying cell telephones for cash and loading them with minutes on telephone cards purchased for cash.

5. Online Privacy

The best ways to protect identity as you use a computer include buying the computer for cash, creating a new identity for registration and e-mail communication, obtaining an ISP account anonymously and using a proxy server as you surf the internet. Sound incredibly paranoid and inconvenient? An idenity theft occurs every few seconds. Your diligence will be rewarded as you prevent identity theft through these privacy living principles.

6. Work under the radar

Avoiding identity theft and establishing an identity protection plan takes time, effort, and costs more than living as the masses. Over time, you can decide how serious you are about your privacy and elect to practice work privacy principles that will fit your employment situation.

At the highest level of work privacy, privacy seekers use a front entity, a Limited Liability Company for instance to receive their payments for their work services. This type of arrangement has been formed when employees seek privacy and bargain with employers to provide work privacy services as a part of the employment agreement.

It is possible to travel, bank, work, and live anonymously in the U.S.A. or in any country in the world when one has the information and resources to change their lifestyle. Through privacy living principles, an individual or a family can prevent identity theft while protecting their identities.

Grant Hall