financial privacy guidance article with bank secrecy information

Bank Secrecy and Financial Privacy are the most sought after privacy principles. How does one obtain bulletproof financial privacy and banking privacy or banking secrecy today? You may want to begin your research by reading one of my first essays on the subject that was published during 2010 on a well known website. The Money Privacy Crisis was popular among those interested in financial privacy and inspired me to write my new book, Privacy Crisis Banking that will soon be available.


Why are nominees a bad idea for banking privacy? Regardless of whatever contract may be made, the person opening the account (nominee) will be able to claim the money. We recommend you follow Hall’s recommendations and handle all of your financial privacy affairs yourself.

The Ultimate  Bank Secrecy Account provides financial privacy by eliminating the ability of searchers to find money through asset searches. It is a legal way of regaining personal financial privacy and establishing a bank secrecy program without the need for two traditional resources typically tied to banking privacy; a nominee for banking purposes and an offshore bank account.


  1. It will present problems when attempting to insure vehicles.
  2. U.S. Residents will need U.S. Government I.D. when opening U.S. bank or stock brokerage accounts.

While there is nothing wrong with a foreign license as a legitimate document, it is not practical while doing business in the U.S.A.

What about offshore Banking? Is offshore banking necessary to accomplish banking privacy?

OFFSHORE BANKING  may be a mistake when banking secrecy is needed

Exceptions may be when individuals or business managers spend a significant amount of time out of the country.

Offshore investing may be a good reason to bank and/or invest offshore, but routine commercial banking services are usually best obtained in one’s own country.

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Our best-selling e-book, PRIVACY CRISIS  has 6 chapters on FINANCES.

Chapter 15: Anonymous Banking, Chapter 16: Private Bill Payments, Chapter 17: Private Investments, Chapter 18: Real Estate and Hard Assets, Chapter 19: Credit Bureaus, Chapter 20: Retirement Accounts. Buy the Book and begin planning your financial privacy within FIVE MINUTES from NOW.

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James Clark King, LLC


Grant Hall

Author, Privacy Crisis, Series of Books

How can stalking victims hide their money from abusers and stop the stalking forever?

Abusive stalkers often go to great lengths to track and trace their victims and follow their money through the use of private investigators’ data bank searches. Stopping a stalker can be a difficult task to be sure. A stalking victim will be well served to understand the bank secrecy methods used by the most skilled privacy advocates-today, without the use of nominees or other risky, nonsensical, privacy ideas that some claim to be the answer to money privacy and financial privacy. My advice about nominees for banking is clear; do not use them.

Bank secrecy can be accomplished through the use of check cashing stores’ debit cards sold at these retail establishments that cash business and personal checks. Open an account without providing a trail to your door and without providing your most personal of all identifiers-your Social Security number, and you will be on your way to having bank secrecy and his investigators won’t be able to find that account in the data bases they search as they try to catch you and locate your source of funds.

Combine the above bank account with an anonymous safe deposit box, a check cashing store for clearing your work or personal checks, and you will be on your way to breaking the money trail to you.

As you are certain to be under “investigation” by him or his goons for a long, long while, you will want to implement the principles outlined in the big red, white, and blue book to your right. You can learn to travel, bank, work, and live anonymously-in the U.S.A. or anywhere in the world.

Keep visiting this blog and the website and download a copy of the soon to be for sale, Bank Secrecy Book, Bank Secrecy: Financial Privacy Crisis Plan and Resource Guide soon.

Grant Hall

Bank Secrecy book interview with Grant Hall

Part II of Grant Hall’s interview with Sue Brady is posted below. Hall’s new e-book, Bank Secrecy: Financial Privacy Crisis Plan and Resource Guide will be available for purchase soon. Look for the book at

S.B. One man’s finances were raided in England by mistake when he was believed to be a deadbeat dad. Dental and medical patients’ money was stolen by i.d. thieves. A corporation’s assets were stolen by the government in 2007 and the case has not gone to trial as of August, 2010. These cases are documented in the book with references. Grant, it appears money and financial privacy are necessary as an insurance policy to avoid the possibility of going broke through a seizure or a theft. Could these thefts and seizures by government and other criminals have been avoided through the practices outlined in the book?

G.H. Government seizures typically go up during economic downturns. Don’t quote me on that, but I read it somewhere though I cannot recall the source. Also, medical identity theft is on the upswing at an average loss to the consumer at $20,000 per offense. Deadbeat dads get no sympathy from me, but those fingered wrongly by government agencies number too many. Money and property privacy as outlined in the book could have prevented all of the losses I have cited based on the information available to be in the sources. A self insurance plan to preserve self and property naturally costs more, but is well worth the avoidance of the pain and financial ruin some or all of these people suffered.

S.B. How do you conceal money today and bank secretly?

G.H. The book’s contents provide bank secrecy options. Business managers and individuals alike can cash their checks while providing minimal privacy-invasive information to the institutions that deposit the presented check into their corporate account and hand the cash over to the person or manager on the spot for a fee that is typically under 2%. Naturally, that fee seems high to the inexperienced and uninformed.  Business people and households ensure against a catastrophe when they cash their checks and store their own cash and deposit excess money into an entity account that cannot legally be seized.

S.B. Do you mean storing cash in a safe deposit box, Grant?

G.H. Anonymous safe deposit boxes may be opened at two private companies as per my research and personal experience, and these resources are provided. There is a company in the U.S. and another in Europe that provides high-level privacy for safe deposit boxes.

S.B. What about a bank safe deposit box?

G.H. Use a separate entity to hold the safe deposit box at a bank. The key is to make the entity private. I have explained how in Bank Secrecy. Also, safes are used by individuals and businesses that are on their premises. These merit caution and require secrecy for safety reasons.

The remainder of the interview will be posted on this blog at a later time.

Thanks for reading.

James Clark King, LLC